Nov

14 2019

The Rage Less Traveled: Surviving A Terrorist Attack

3:00PM - 4:30PM  

University of New Haven, Alumni Lounge, Bartels Campus Center 300 Boston Post Road
West Haven, CT 06516

Contact Martin Goldberg
mgoldberg@jewishnewhaven.edu

Human Rights Law and Policy Speaker Series

The Rage Less Traveled: Surviving a Terrorist Attack with Kay Wilson

 

Kay Wilson is an Israeli terror attack survivor, author, and advocate to end the "Pay for Slay" to the PA will be speaking in New Haven. Kay is a British-born Israeli tour guide, author, jazz musician, and cartoonist. She is the author of The Rage Less Traveled, the story of her surviving a brutal machete attack in 2010, and the aftermath of the attack. The book describes the attack and her life afterwards, the loss of her friend who died in the attack, the police investigation, and ultimately the trial where she faced her attackers in court. It was Kay's strength and heroism that led to the capture and prosecution of her assailants. The story of her attack and the criminal investigation are documented in the Israeli documentary, Black Forest, which will be featured at her presentation at the University of New Haven. This will be the only public screening of this film in the Northeast United States at this time.

For more information and to reserve your seat, contact Professor Martin A. Goldberg at mgoldberg@newhaven.edu

 

Please note: There is no admission charge to attend this presentation and we welcome all members of the public. However, we need contributions in order to continue this work. Donors of $54 or more and their guests will have VIP preferred seating, dinner with Kay, and a personally-signed book. Click here to make a contribution. On the drop-down menu for DESIGNATION, choose "Other," then manually type in that your contribution is for "Human Rights Law and Policy Fund."

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