“I don’t wanna normalize with you… Did I hurt your feelings?” — so go two lines in Palestinian-American poet Remi Kanazi’s brilliant new spoken-word poem.
Arts and Culture
Watch Sandra Madi's stark account of the neglected fate of those who joined the Fatah party in the '60s and '70s to fight for the liberation of Palestine.
"Beirut, I Love You," by Zena el Khalil -- artist, author and contributor to The Electronic Intifada during Israel's bombing of Beirut in July 2006 -- is now available in e-book format.
“We loved the way in which Annemarie Jacir approached the sensitive subject of that crucial period,” wrote the jury of the feature set right after the 1967 war.
In a landmark new project, the Institute for Palestine Studies (IPS) has made available online Palestinian scholar Walid Khalidi’s immensely important work Before Their Diaspora: A photographic history of the Palestinians, 1876-1948 in its entirety for free. Not only that, but the IPS has gone to the trouble of fashioning an innovative new interactive website around the work.
A brief history of the land called Israel/Palestine/Canaan/the Levant.
Palestine film fans have great programming to look forward to at both the Toronto and Boston Palestine film festivals.
Black Star held their fists high and declared, “Let’s get free just like the Palestinians!”
The “Traveling Artist Open Call” is an invitation for Palestinian artists of all disciplines as well as thinkers and writers to present their work in Amman later this year.
Singer Moe Kabha performs Wen Ala Ramallah - a catchy version featuring scenes from Chicago and Ramallah