DECEMEBER 5 SUNDAY 12-9PM
BUSCH CAMPUS CENTER
604 BARTHOLOMEW ROAD
A Celebration of the Heritage of Palestine and its Legacy of Resilience
What is the Palestine Children's Relief Fund?
The Palestine Children’s Relief Fund is a registered non-political,
non-profit, 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization that was established in 1991
by concerned people in the U.S. to address the medical and humanitarian
crisis facing Palestinian youths in the Middle East. It has since
expanded to help suffering children from other Middle Eastern nations
like Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria based only on their medical needs.
The P.C.R.F. helps to locate free medical care for children from the
Middle East who are unable to get the necessary and specialized
treatment in their homeland.
THE FESTIVAL WILL BE FEATURING:
DELICIOUS PALESTINIAN CUISINE
Voices of the Repressed: A selection of images taken from the
Palestinian side of the Israeli West Bank Barrier
Fashion Show featuring traditional Palestinian dresses
Poetry featuring Tahani Salah
Al Hidaya Nasheed Group
Instrumental performance by Tareq Abboushi on Oud
Hanan Munnayer, founder of the Palestinian Heritage Foundation
Samia Halaby, world-renowned Palestinian painter and scholar
Susan Abulhawa, author of the best-seller Morning's in Jenin
Hamid Abdeljaber, Rutgers Professor and Author
Khalid Abdelshaffy, Senior Program Advisor at United Nations
Development Program for the Occupied Palestinian Territories
Fida Qishta, Journalist and Film maker
DEMONSTRATIONS & ACTIVITIES:
Hummus Making Lessons
Dome of the Rock Photoshoot
Pomegranates & Myrrh
Salt of the Sea
We will also be SELLING A LOT OF PALESTINE MERCHANDISE including:
a variety of flags
and MUCH MORE!
ADMISSION IS FREE BUT ALL PROCEEDS FROM SALES AND DONATIONS WILL GO
TO THE PCRF
For More Information:
Visit our Facebook page :
"PALESTINE CHILDREN'S RELIEF FUND- RU CHAPTER"
Contact Ghadeer Hasan: at (908) 216-4182
Cosponsors: Arab Cultural Club, BAKA, Center for Middle Eastern Studies.
If you would like to be a cosponsor, please contact us at
For more information please go to http://www.pcrf.net/.