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Craig Kazin
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Norbert Goldfield, "Peace Building through Women's Health: Psychoanalytic, Sociopsychological, and Community Perspectives on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict"

Wednesday, December 7, 7:00 PM
In-Person at Sinai Temple (1100 Dickinson Street, Springfield, MA)

Norbert Goldfield, MD, is the founder/CEO of Healing Across the Divides, whose mission is to measurably improve the heath of marginalized populations of Israelis and Palestinians via community-based intervention. His latest book is Peace Building through Women’s Health: Psychoanalytic, Sociopsychological, and Community Perspectives on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Goldfield, an internist in Springfield, brings over 30 years of experience restructuring health care systems both at a national level and in community settings.

Norbert Goldfield, MD, has published 100+ books and articles and has served on a number of local and national non-profit boards, such as Congregation B’Nai Israel and Bend the Arc. He has taught college courses on a variety of topics, including peace building through health and the impact of AIDS on American cities.

This event is free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required.