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Interview with Leah
Marla Kolman
United StatesGALLERYCONVERSATION
Leah is currently writing books for parents about finding inspiration in parenthood and for children about Israel...
In this interview, Leah is asked about her feelings about the withdrawal, her thoughts about the “orange vs. blue” debate, the challenges of raising children in such a charged environment, and what she thinks about the world's perception of "settlers" based largely on how the media portray them as a group.
This story was made in association with Partners In Peace (www.partnersinpeace.net) which develops curriculum and runs programs for youth to explore their identities, tell and exchange their stories, and build collaborations across cultural, faith, and ethnic lines using technologies as milieu for communication.
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