Zoom Event: Voices from the Holy Land Online Film Salon: “BOYCOTT”


When a news publisher in Arkansas, an attorney in Arizona, and a speech therapist in Texas are told they must choose between their jobs and their political beliefs, they launch legal battles that expose an attack on freedom of speech across 33 states in America.
BOYCOTT traces the impact of state legislation designed to penalize individuals and companies that choose to boycott Israel due to its human rights record. A legal thriller with “accidental plaintiffs” at the center of the story, Boycott is a bracing look at the far-reaching implications of anti-boycott legislation and an inspiring tale of everyday Americans standing up to protect our rights in an age of shifting politics and threats to freedom of speech.
Register now and join in a discussion of the film with Peter Beinart, Editor-at-Large for Jewish Currents; JustVision filmmaker Jen Marlowe; and Bahia Amawi, plaintiff in the film. Our moderator will be journalist Mnar Adley, founder and executive director of MintPress News.
REGISTER NOW TO WATCH THE FILM FOR FREE beginning Oct 5th, for four days.
Then join the discussion on Oct 9th.
Date: Sunday, October 9, 2022
Time: 4:00pm Eastern / 1:00pm Pacific
Location: On-line
Information: Event information here →
Tickets: Free, must register to see film and discussion
Event Details

This film is not yet available to the public and is still in the film festival stage. This is a unique opportunity to preview for free a film that will have significant impact when it is publicly released to the marketplace. One or more of the legal cases portrayed in the film may be going to the Supreme Court. Your confirmation email, from Zoom, will include a link to watch the film during the period from now through 4:00 PM on the 9th. This link is for your use only. Please do not share the link with others.

Co-sponsors for this event are the United Methodists for Kairos Response and the Methodist Foundation for Social Action.

More information here →

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