Ze’ela Kotler Hadari/Shomrim
By Ze’ela Kotler Hadari/Shomrim
In Israel, Black activists push change through art
A special Shomrim project brings you the colors, sounds and voices from the Black protest movement that has already started to bubble over into the Israeli art and culture scenes, inspiring a new generation of proud and conscious women and men. Ten monologues. As a teen, Lior was slapped in the face by a cop…
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