Women's Liberation & the Palestinian Struggle: A Cultural Workshop


Sat Apr 20 2024 at 04:00 pm to 06:30 pm


Church & State | Salt Lake City, UT

Immerse yourself in learning the traditions of Dake and Tatreez, and the role of women's resistance in the struggle for a free Palestine!
About this Event

Women in the Palestinian struggle perform decisive roles to fight back against the Zionist, colonial, apartheid state. Embedded within the heart and soul of the Palestinian people is the Dabke. Transcending mere artistic expression, it is a resolute act of defiance against the Zionist state's occupation of Palestine. Tatreez (Palestinian embroidery) is a living archive that witnesses and documents what Palestine and Palestinians have continued to endure but not without continuing to resist and be resilient.

What to know before you go:

  • This event is family-friendly, please feel free to bring kids, we will have a children's craft station available
  • Parking is on the street, at the library, and in surrounding blocks downtown. DO NOT park in the neighboring parking lot!
  • The 2nd floor is unfortunately not ADA accessible however, there will be activities on the main floor to engage with!
  • Light snacks and beverages will be provided

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Where is it happening?

Church & State, 370 South 300 East, Salt Lake City, United States

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Palestinian Solidarity Association of Utah, PSL, and more!

Host or Publisher Palestinian Solidarity Association of Utah, PSL, and more!

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