Alison Weir, executive director of If Americans Knew, will discuss US news coverage of Israel-Palestine, describe and show photos of her trips to the region as a freelance reporter, and will present little-known information from her upcoming book on the fascinating, largely hidden history of US-Israel relations.
There will be an additional event on the same topic earlier in the day at University of Louisville (4 pm at the Ekstrom Library in the Chao Auditorium).
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