Israeli Left Archive

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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

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The Israeli Left Archive is a private digitalization project, based on the collection of Dafna and Reuven Kaminer. The Kaminer collection is devoted to radical left and the women's peace movement in Israel during the 1960s, 70s and 80s. It includes Pamphlets, Periodicals, Posters, Leaflets and circulars by different groups who were active outside of the framework of traditional party politics and whose legacy is therefore not covered by any official archive in Israel. Amongs these groups are: Women in Black, SIAH, SHASI, Committee Against the War in Lebanon, Mazpen, Yesh Gul, and The Black Panthers in Israel. Most of the material is in Hebrew, but there are also a number of documents in English. These are presented in a special collection.

(Photo accompanying a newspaper article about a Demonstration, organized by Yesh Gvul during the war in Lebanon, February 1983)

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