Palestinian storyteller Husam Abu Eisheh has dedicated his talents to creating theater in Jerusalem for decades, using humor as resistance.
Traumatized and paralyzed as a teenager, an intrepid journalist found healing through holistic medicine and yoga.
Music educator and puppeteer Yacoub Abu Arafeh uses creative education to serve society and confront challenges, including those facing his own neighborhood, targeted for forcible expulsions.
A Jerusalem artist and art historian in exile whose work explored the beauty and pain of the Jerusalem he remembered
How the New City came to an abrupt and violent end
A well-to-do Jerusalem family was made refugees overnight in 1948; they lost everything but tenaciously remained in their city and gradually rebuilt.
A Palestinian Jerusalemite’s memories of growing up in Jerusalem before the Nakba, as shared with her daughter through letters in later years
A Palestinian woman returns to Jerusalem to rediscover and reclaim her mother’s city for her.
Palestinian Jerusalemites are indigenous natives who enjoyed full citizenship rights and whose international rights were profoundly violated when Israel denationalized them as it established its state. A conversation with international law expert Susan Akram.