Peace Fleet- Grassroots Film Screening Project

by EGM - EthnoGraphic Media


A grassroots screening campaign for EGM’s new film, Little Town of Bethlehem, designed to empower audience members to take action for peace between the Israelis and Palestinians in our lifetime.

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EGM’s mobile screenings will give people from all over the U.S.– at university campuses, places of worship, public parks– the chance to learn about and get involved in the non-violence movement for peace btwn the Israelis and Palestinians. Each local host will have an activism kit: DVD, posters, educational packet, discussion questions, access to online community. Peace Card kit: pre-printed postcards calling for peace, to be personalized, signed, and sent to Washington D.C. on a symbolic date.


3 billboard trucks, starting in New York City and ending in San Francisco, will stop in towns across the U.S. to project Little Town of Bethlehem onto the sides of buildings, the trucks themselves, and inside local auditoriums and community centers.

Long-Term Impact

EGM creates emotional moments that unlock individual action for social change by showing what others are doing to address critical world issues and by giving our audience the chance to be involved with nonprofits working on those issues.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


Little Town of Bethlehem
EGM Blog

Organization Information

EGM - EthnoGraphic Media

Location: san francisco, CA - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Mikeh George
Project Leader:
Mikeh George
San Francisco, CA United States

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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