Center Staff Responds to "Voices of Palestine" Controversy

Dan Terris, director of the Center, and Cynthia Cohen, director of coexistence research and international collaborations for the Slifka Program in Intercommunal Coexistence, each wrote an open letter in response to the "Voices of Palestine" exhibit that was removed from the Goldfarb Library on April 30, 2006. The controversial exhibit depicted the drawings of children in a Palestinian refugee camp, and was a project of Lior Halperin, a student in Cohen's "The Arts of Building Peace" course.

Read the letter from Dan Terris
Read the letter from Cynthia Cohen

Sept. 25 update: Click here to read about the Committee on Exhibitions and Public Expressions on Campus, formed to examine the removal of "Voices of Palestine."