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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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Palestinian Refugees & their Ancestral Lands (or On Our Way Home)—part 21—the destroyed village of Deir Yassin

From my journal and letters, my dispatches from the field and now from home in Cambridge Massachusetts, after I had photographed internally expelled Palestinian refugees in the West Bank and Gaza (once I can enter Gaza), plus their ancestral homelands. (I plan a return journey from May 15 thru July 10, 2019 (including two weeks […]

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Palestinian Refugees & their Ancestral Lands (or On Our Way Home)—part 20—second phase of the project needs financial support

Palestinian Refugees in Gaza & the West Bank SECOND PHASE OF THE PROJECT—UPDATED: MARCH 30, 2019 We must never ignore the injustices that make charity necessary, or the inequalities that make it possible. —Michael Eric Dyson To donate please go to my GoFundMe campaign LATEST Since returning home in mid October 2018 I have steadily […]

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Palestinian Refugees & their Ancestral Lands (or On Our Way Home)—part 19—the destroyed Arab village of Al-Qabu

From my journal and letters, my dispatches from the field and now from home in Cambridge Massachusetts, after I had photographed internally expelled Palestinian refugees in the West Bank and Gaza (once I can enter Gaza), plus their ancestral homelands. (I and the Alternatives to Violence Project, AVP, team plan a return journey in early […]

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Palestinian Refugees & their Ancestral Lands (or On Our Way Home)—part 18—Back story of the project

From my journal and letters, my dispatches from the field and now from home in Cambridge Massachusetts, after I had photographed internally expelled Palestinian refugees in the West Bank and Gaza (once I can enter Gaza), plus their ancestral homelands. (I and the Alternatives to Violence Project, AVP, team plan a return journey in early […]

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Palestinian Refugees & their Ancestral Lands (or On Our Way Home)—part 17—Abdel Majid Abusrour (Abed’s uncle) & a second generation refugee, Asaed Abusrour

From my journal and letters, my dispatches from the field and now from home in Cambridge Massachusetts, after I had photographed internally expelled Palestinian refugees in the West Bank and Gaza (once I can enter Gaza), plus their ancestral homelands. (I and the Alternatives to Violence Project, AVP, team plan a return journey in early […]

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Palestinian Refugees & their Ancestral Lands (or On Our Way Home)—part 16—Abdelfattah Abusrour (Dr. Abed), and the Al Rowwad Cultural and Theater Training Center

From my journal and letters, my dispatches from the field and now from home in Cambridge Massachusetts, after I had photographed internally expelled Palestinian refugees in the West Bank and Gaza (once I can enter Gaza), plus their ancestral homelands. (I and the Alternatives to Violence Project, AVP, team plan a return journey in early […]

Read More Palestinian Refugees & their Ancestral Lands (or On Our Way Home)—part 16—Abdelfattah Abusrour (Dr. Abed), and the Al Rowwad Cultural and Theater Training Center

Palestinian Refugees & their Ancestral Lands (or On Our Way Home)—part 14—Jalila Al Azraq (Um Qasim), 80 years old, from the village of Al Qabu

From my journal and letters, my dispatches from the field and now from home in Cambridge Massachusetts, after I had photographed internally expelled Palestinian refugees in the West Bank and Gaza (once I can enter Gaza), plus their ancestral homelands. (I and the Alternatives to Violence Project, AVP, team plan a return journey in early […]

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Palestinian Refugees & Gaza (or On Our Way Home)—fundraising for my new project

Go where you are least wanted; for there you are most needed. — Abby Kelley Foster (Quaker, anti slavery and women’s rights activist) This is my new project, an extension of the work I’ve been doing in Palestine since 2003. I’m raising money thru Gofundme. Click here if interested. PROJECT The issues erupting from Palestine-Israel have […]

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