This is one of Ken O’Keefe’s most powerful talks to date and has extremely (strong language), but a passionate message. This talk is not for the weak-minded and if you’re easily offended, then don’t watch this video.
Toronto was Ken’s last stop on his recent U.S. and Canadian speaking tour. As usual his talk was uncensored and unscripted. There is always new material in each of his talks.
Beit Zatoun means “House of Olive” in Arabic (Beit is house in both Arabic and Hebrew and Zatoun is olive). This reflects the focus of their work: to bring peace and justice to Palestine and Palestinians and to use their space and resources to achieve the same goals in a broader global context.
Located in downtown Toronto, Beit Zatoun is a cultural center, gallery and community meeting space that promotes the interplay of art, culture and politics to explore issues of social justice and human rights, both locally and internationally.
Videography and post-production by Vince Lerulli