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next steps for my nakba photograpic project

In America they retained the vestiges of important Indian tribes or tribes that are still dwelling. This is not the case here. We have nothing to do with the name of a minuscule Bedouin tribe, and we can assign a Hebrew name here. Yitzhak Be Zvi, at the Negev committee meeting, Sept 29, 1949 Photos […]

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Witness to the Light-part six

Five days at the Agape Community in Central Massachusetts, 3 miles east of Quabbin Reservoir. Five days to recover from the disappointment of postponing my trip in June and July 2018 to photograph Palestinian refugees in Northern and Central Europe. Instead I concentrate on water, friends, prayer, and bugs. June 24, 2018, Sunday, Cambridge I notice […]

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Witness to the Light-part four

Five days at the Agape Community in Central Massachusetts, 3 miles east of Quabbin Reservoir. Five days to recover from the disappointment of postponing my trip in June and July 2018 to photograph Palestinian refugees in Northern and Central Europe. Instead I concentrate on water, friends, prayer, and bugs. PHOTOS: Agape’s Francis Day Celebration: Muslim Voices […]

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Witness to the Light-part three

Five days at the Agape Community in Central Massachusetts, 3 miles east of Quabbin Reservoir. Five days to recover from the disappointment of postponing my trip in June and July 2018 to photograph Palestinian refugees in Northern and Central Europe. Instead I concentrate on water, friends, prayer, and bugs. PHOTOS (St. Francis Day 2017: Listening to […]

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Witness to the Light-part two

Five days at the Agape Community in Central Massachusetts, 3 miles east of Quabbin Reservoir. Five days to recover from the disappointment of postponing my trip in June and July 2018 to photograph Palestinian refugees in Northern and Central Europe. Instead I concentrate on water, friends, prayer, and bugs. PHOTOS FROM WINTER 2018 (Agape Community & […]

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Witness to the Light-part one

Five days at the Agape Community in Central Massachusetts, 3 miles east of Quabbin Reservoir. Five days to recover from the disappointment of postponing my trip in June and July 2018 to photograph Palestinian refugees in Northern and Central Europe. Instead I concentrate on water, friends, prayer, and bugs. PHOTOS June 17, 2018, Sunday, Agape Chilly […]

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Tears as Prayers

Prayer is one hundred percent attention. —Anonymous During my first visit to Gaza in 2004, I accompanied a team of doctors and psychologists visiting hospitals. I photographed as they spoke with children wounded by Israeli soldiers. A 10-year-old boy, riding his bike in front of his house, shot in the stomach by an Israeli sniper. […]

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Folding Bike Photography in Detroit-part 6: What is Next for this Project?

Accounts from my journal, written while I photographed Detroit for three weeks during the end of summer 2016—or writing later. Quakers to Refineries (photos) Added November 23, 2016 Johnny’s Neighborhood (movie) I find myself at a crossroads with this project, nearly 7 years since I began it. Now I cannot decide what to do next—consider the active photography […]

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