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Beit Shemesh Women Flashmob

by JewishJournal.com

January 9, 2012 | 11:43 am

On Friday, Jan 6th, 2012, a group of 250 women from Beit Shemesh decided to raise their voices against the exclusion of women from the public domain by holding a mass public dance in the city square. The women, residents of the city from all ages and sectors, religious, traditional and secular, gathered together in a flashmob dance, in the city square and started dancing towards a change.

Producer: Renana Levine
Director of Photography: Josh Gold

Cameramen:
Ben Katz
Daniel Welzler
Eli Ben Ze’ev
Josh Gold

Choreographer: Liat Amar
Sound: Daniel Peretz
Stills Photographer: Yissachar Ruas

Music: Queen - Don’t Stop Me Now

Thought of and organized by:
Miri Shalem
Brenda Ganot
Orna Nachmany
Etty Ben-Ami Suissa
Paz Corcus

Thanks to all the women who participated
Special thanks to Debralee and Daniel Goldman

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