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Galilee Dreamers in the news

During the Covid 19 Pandemic most of the organisations' activities and get-togethers were held virtually and several successful meetings and presentations were held.  Watch these examples via this page:

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Galilee Dreamers in the news

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June 9, 2019

“We came here to show the American people that in spite of the conflict between Arabs and Jews, we can still live side by side,” said Amit Tal, a student at Misgav High School in Israel and one of six Jewish and Arab Israeli students present at The Park School of Baltimore. To read full article click here

Sparks of Change Brings Jewish and Arab Young People Together 

Spring, 2016

Jewish and Arab teenagers in Israel lack opportunities to interact meaningfully with each other or just hang out. This spring, Oranim International School spearheaded a groundbreaking program bringing a mixed group of Jewish and Arab high school students and teachers from Israel together to the United States to meet American high schoolers and tour Washington D.C. and New York City. To read full story - click here

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May 2, 2019. The Galilee Dreamers, a group of eight Grade 11 Arab and Jewish school children from Israel, recently visited King David schools in Johannesburg. They brought with them a message of social harmony. Click here to read more.

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Arab and Jewish Israeli Students Visit Pikesville High School

April 2, 2019

Radn was among eight Israeli high school students, four Arab and four Jewish, who came to the U.S. recently as part of Galilee Dreamers

For full story click here

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A presentation via Zoom about Galilee Dreamers was given to an international forum of Habonim Dror Youth Movement with several hundred attendees - October 2020

 

Sparks of Change Brings Jewish and Arab Young People Together 

Spring, 2016

Jewish and Arab teenagers in Israel lack opportunities to interact meaningfully with each other or just hang out. This spring, Oranim International School spearheaded a groundbreaking program bringing a mixed group of Jewish and Arab high school students and teachers from Israel together to the United States to meet American high schoolers and tour Washington D.C. and New York City.