Join conversations with the filmmakers and women of Budrus, a Palestinian village whose women helped unite the most divided people on earth. Stepping in front of a moving bulldozer with breathtaking courage, a 15-year-old girl galvanizes her Palestinian village, working with Israeli supporters, and inspires an international non-violent movement still gaining ground today!
Think about it! At first, none of these women knew where their steps would lead, but their courage grew as they took a stand! Join live, intimate conversations with our Middle East sisters about lessons we`ve each learned about the impact of our many steps of courage. Come and just listen, if you like! To learn more about the film click here.
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"I believe in nonviolence and peaceful resistance even more because it helped us achieve something. Large amounts of land were supposed to be confiscated from the people of Budrus but because of these demonstrations they were only able to take a small portion of the lands that they planned to take, and they moved the Wall to the Green Line."
RONIT AVNI - BIO Founder/Executive Director of Just Vision and Budrus Exec. Producer
"Most social change in the world today starts from the bottom up and eventually takes root at the higher echelons to become policy- environmentalism, feminism, the civil rights movement - the list goes on. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is no different. Politicians will ultimately follow, but I am concerned with who will lead."
RULA SALAMEH - BIO Education and Outreach Coordinator, Palestine, Budrus Producer
"My own personal story effected my life and gave me the power and energy to change the reality around me. I know it will take time, but my child and all children from both sides deserve the hard work we all are doing."
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