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Discussion: One Voice Coffee and Conversation – Airbnb and the West Bank
January 30, 2019 | 2:30 pm - 3:15 pm
Let One Voice at UNC-CH buy you a drink at the Meantime Coffee Co. and learn more about Airbnb’s decision not to allow listings in Israeli settlements in the West Bank. We will be discussing such questions as: what are settlements, and where are they? Why can they be controversial? What laws apply to settlements? There will be an informational presentation led by our One Voice fellows, followed by a discussion/question-and-answer session. Even if you can’t stay the whole time, drop in for a coffee and to learn something new!
UNC Chapel Hill