Join us April 7th at 7:00pm!
Sayed Kashua is a talented and ambitious writer with a
top-rated television comedy series, but, as an Arab citizen of Israel,
he never feels completely at home. He’s a walking, talking oxymoron,
constantly called upon to justify himself, his work, and even his
decision to write in Hebrew. Join us for a public conversation,
enjoy an episode of "Avodah Aravit" ("Arab Labor") and hear his
reflections on his Arab-Israeli experience. Book signing will follow.
250 Cadman Plaza West
Brooklyn, NY 11201
$15/person & $10/student, payable at the door.
Co-sponsored by Brooklyn Heights Synagogue, Congregation Mount Sinai and Brit Ye’ud: The Brownstone Brooklyn Shlichut