Join the Middle East Law Students Association at Harvard Law School for a conversation with award-winning writer and poet Mohammad El-Kurd about law and violence in Palestine. This is an in person event; registration required. *Open to Harvard ID holders only.
Mohammed El-Kurd is an award-winning writer and poet from occupied Jerusalem. He writes about dispossession, resistance and the Palestinian plight for liberation. Named “one of the most influential people in the world,” by TIME100, his work has been featured in numerous international outlets and he is currently The Nation’s first-ever Palestine Correspondent. Mohammed’s first collection of poems, RIFQA, is to be released in October 2021. This event is only open to the Harvard community.
Co-sponsored by the International Human Rights Clinic, the Program on Law and Society in the Muslim World, and HLS Advocates.
This is an in person event; registration required. *Open to Harvard ID holders only.