No Beaches Allowed: Students Spent Spring Break in the Israeli Desert
Meira Kreuter with Elizabeth, an Ethiopian girl.
Photo courtesy: Meira Kreuter
we painted a housing project where a lot of Ethiopian immigrants stay.
Then Wednesday, we went to this rehabilitation center called Aleh Negev that's government-funded. We walked around with the people in the wheelchairs and planted over 200 plants.
A lot of people think Israel is dangerous. Do you see any of that?
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