ArtWorks Projects for Human Rights is presenting a series of exhibits and panel discussions that deal with the issue of the Palestinian/Israeli conflict from various perspectives. The first of these exhibits focuses on the natural resources of the area. Dr. Rachel Havrelock of the University of Illinois-Chicago and Dr. Mousa Diabat, an environmental scientist from Jerusalem, will talk about shared land and water in Israel/Palestine and how water resource management can assist in conflict resolution between the two peoples. Joining them is Leslie Thomas, executive director of ArtWorks Projects for Human Rights.
(photo:The Sea of Galilee along the Gospel Trail in northern Israel. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue))