Watch: How do we respond to events in Gaza? Israel's Channel 1 (Kan) News story about the Hand in Hand bilingual school in Beit Berl
"How do Jewish and Arab parents disconnect themselves from the images of people killed in Gaza, of scared children in the Jewish towns around Gaza, from violent protests and racist chants?” This was the question posed by Israel’s Channel 1 journalist for a piece about Hand in Hand’s school in…Read more
Watch and Listen: Hand in Hand on BBC!
In April 2018, BBC journalists visited our Wadi Ara School and interviewed teachers and students. [embed]https://www.facebook.com/BBCworldhacks/videos/10155773647087217/[/embed] There was also a special BBC podcast episode about Hand in Hand, where they interviewed Ned Lazarus, an expert in conflict resolution and a Professor of International Affairs who has been researching Hand in Hand…Read more
Channel 2 News - How do we live together in times of conflict?
Watch Hand in Hand students, parents, and teachers discuss how they continue to live together, even with rising tensions and violence [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4PK7tnYzfw[/embed]Read more
Hand in Hand's Wadi Ara School on Channel 10 News
Amidst violence, our students at Hand in Hand in Wadi Ara continue to live together. Listen to them speak about what the school means to them, and what they contend with outside and inside the classroom: [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvRWkgQQ0yo[/embed]Read more
Hand in Hand in the White House Hannuka Ceremony
In 2014, Hand in Hand students were invited to light the Hannuka Menorah in the White House with President and Michelle Obama. The President spoke about Hand in Hand as he introduced Inbar and Mouran, 9th graders at the time. Watch below: [embed]https://youtu.be/cqkswFS11dk?t=298[/embed]Read more