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Palestine Solidarity

Katie Miranda

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Palestine Solidarity

Palestine Solidarity

Katie Miranda

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11
Plays
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Katie Miranda interviews scholars, journalists, authors and activists engaged in the struggle for Palestinian freedom.

Latest Episodes

Palestinian Cuisine with Mai Kakish and Nadia Tommalieh

Katie interviews food writers and Instagram stars Mai Kakish and Nadia Tommalieh about Palestinian cuisine Mai's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/almondandfig/ Nadia's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nadiatommal... This is the link for our #trulyPalestinian e-book: https://bit.ly/2UseJrf Nadia's February classes at the Pantry: https://thepantryseattle.com/events/w... Nadia's “The Works Seattle” April Mezze class https://theworksseattle.com/collectio... Follow the hashtag #Aprilisforarabfood on Instagram and stay tuned for more info to be released on @almondandfig

52 MINFEB 15
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Palestinian Cuisine with Mai Kakish and Nadia Tommalieh

Jenna Saadeh interview

Jenna Saadeh is a Palestinian American embroidery artist and activist based in the Pacific Northwest. In this interview she tells us about her most recent trip to Palestine and how to remain calm when being questioned at the border. Here are some links to organizations we talked about: https://www.grassrootsalquds.net/ https://noorweg.wordpress.com/ https://eyewitnesspalestine.org/ https://www.thefreedomtheatre.org/ Wujood tourist guidebook: https://www.grassrootsalquds.net/campaigns-projects/wujood-grassroots-guide-jerusalem-0

31 MINJAN 1
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Jenna Saadeh interview

Steve Sosebee Founder Of PCRF

Steve Sosebee is the founder and CEO of PCRF: Palestine Children's Relief Fund, a non-profit focuses on bringing sick and injured children to the US who cannot receive adequate treatment locally. PCRF has expanded to include a children's cancer center in Gaza and a pediatric cardiology center in Ramallah. In our interview Steve tell us about his life's mission. In his own words: "As human beings, we're all driven by a sense of wanting to have purpose in our lives. You can see that when you see people who have everything; people who have all of the wealth, all of the material comforts of life who are very unhappy because they don't have a purpose. And then you meet people who are schoolteachers, physicians or mothers raising kids and they have a purpose in their life and they're very happy and satisfied. And I think that's the important thing to remember in life; it's not what you have materially, it's what you have that drives you every day. I'm fortunate I've found that in my life."

31 MIN2019 DEC 19
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Steve Sosebee Founder Of PCRF

Interview With Jennifer Loewenstein November 16, 2018

Jennifer Loewenstein is a lecturer in contemporary Middle Eastern History at Penn State University. She is also an activist for Palestinian Human Rights, a freelance journalist and writer. During the summers of 1999, 2000, & 2001 Jennifer lived and worked in the Bourj al-Barajneh Refugee camp in South Beirut, Lebanon. In 2002 Jennifer moved to the Gaza Strip during the peak years of the Second Palestinian Intifada & interned at the Mezan Center for Human Rights based in Gaza City and Rafah. Jennifer was among a handful of foreign journalists who were able to visit the besieged and destroyed Jenin refugee camp in early April 2002—the day the Israeli army withdrew. In December, 2002, Jennifer founded the Madison-Rafah Sister City Project—a highly successful international & local activist group. In 2005-2006 Jennifer was a Fellow at the Refugee Studies Center at Oxford University and after returning home Jennifer became the Associate Director of the Middle Eastern Studies Program at ...

36 MIN2019 OCT 21
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Interview With Jennifer Loewenstein November 16, 2018
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Latest Episodes

Palestinian Cuisine with Mai Kakish and Nadia Tommalieh

Katie interviews food writers and Instagram stars Mai Kakish and Nadia Tommalieh about Palestinian cuisine Mai's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/almondandfig/ Nadia's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nadiatommal... This is the link for our #trulyPalestinian e-book: https://bit.ly/2UseJrf Nadia's February classes at the Pantry: https://thepantryseattle.com/events/w... Nadia's “The Works Seattle” April Mezze class https://theworksseattle.com/collectio... Follow the hashtag #Aprilisforarabfood on Instagram and stay tuned for more info to be released on @almondandfig

52 MINFEB 15
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Palestinian Cuisine with Mai Kakish and Nadia Tommalieh

Jenna Saadeh interview

Jenna Saadeh is a Palestinian American embroidery artist and activist based in the Pacific Northwest. In this interview she tells us about her most recent trip to Palestine and how to remain calm when being questioned at the border. Here are some links to organizations we talked about: https://www.grassrootsalquds.net/ https://noorweg.wordpress.com/ https://eyewitnesspalestine.org/ https://www.thefreedomtheatre.org/ Wujood tourist guidebook: https://www.grassrootsalquds.net/campaigns-projects/wujood-grassroots-guide-jerusalem-0

31 MINJAN 1
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Jenna Saadeh interview

Steve Sosebee Founder Of PCRF

Steve Sosebee is the founder and CEO of PCRF: Palestine Children's Relief Fund, a non-profit focuses on bringing sick and injured children to the US who cannot receive adequate treatment locally. PCRF has expanded to include a children's cancer center in Gaza and a pediatric cardiology center in Ramallah. In our interview Steve tell us about his life's mission. In his own words: "As human beings, we're all driven by a sense of wanting to have purpose in our lives. You can see that when you see people who have everything; people who have all of the wealth, all of the material comforts of life who are very unhappy because they don't have a purpose. And then you meet people who are schoolteachers, physicians or mothers raising kids and they have a purpose in their life and they're very happy and satisfied. And I think that's the important thing to remember in life; it's not what you have materially, it's what you have that drives you every day. I'm fortunate I've found that in my life."

31 MIN2019 DEC 19
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Steve Sosebee Founder Of PCRF

Interview With Jennifer Loewenstein November 16, 2018

Jennifer Loewenstein is a lecturer in contemporary Middle Eastern History at Penn State University. She is also an activist for Palestinian Human Rights, a freelance journalist and writer. During the summers of 1999, 2000, & 2001 Jennifer lived and worked in the Bourj al-Barajneh Refugee camp in South Beirut, Lebanon. In 2002 Jennifer moved to the Gaza Strip during the peak years of the Second Palestinian Intifada & interned at the Mezan Center for Human Rights based in Gaza City and Rafah. Jennifer was among a handful of foreign journalists who were able to visit the besieged and destroyed Jenin refugee camp in early April 2002—the day the Israeli army withdrew. In December, 2002, Jennifer founded the Madison-Rafah Sister City Project—a highly successful international & local activist group. In 2005-2006 Jennifer was a Fellow at the Refugee Studies Center at Oxford University and after returning home Jennifer became the Associate Director of the Middle Eastern Studies Program at ...

36 MIN2019 OCT 21
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Interview With Jennifer Loewenstein November 16, 2018
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