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October 27 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

  10/7: One Hundred Human Stories is the defin­i­tive account of the 10/7 mas­sacre through the sto­ries of its vic­tims and the com­mu­ni­ties they called home.

A mas­ter­ful work of inves­tiga­tive jour­nal­ism by acclaimed Haaretz reporter Lee Yaron, 10/7 chron­i­cles the mas­sacre that ignit­ed a war through the sto­ries of more than 100 civil­ians. These sto­ries are the prod­ucts of exten­sive inter­views with sur­vivors, the bereaved, and first respon­ders in Israel and beyond. The vic­tims run the gamut from left-wing kib­butzniks and Burn­ing Man-esque partiers to rad­i­cal right-wingers, from Bedouins and Israeli Arabs to Thai and Nepalese guest work­ers, peace activists, elder­ly Holo­caust sur­vivors, refugees from Ukraine and Rus­sia, preg­nant women, and babies.

This Jewish Book Council Author Event is part of the David Posnack JCC Barry and Diane Wilen Jewish Book Festival.


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Joni Finkelstein


David Posnack JCC

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