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What is Palestine in America?

Palestine in America Inc NFP is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating people in the United States about Palestinian-American issues using journalism and cultural events. Palestine in America hosts articles, short stories, poems written by or about Palestinians. We produce our print magazine quarterly and hosts educational and cultural events.

PiA is always looking for original content to publish. Send in your reports to info@palestineinamerica.com Material will be edited by our team of editors and published as we see fit.

There are opportunities to earn blog space for regular  contributors, especially for student journalists, student activists and Palestinian-Americans.  Video and audio reports are accepted as well.

We ask that all entries be original. Any plagiarism will result in losing future opportunities to be published.

Once the report is published, Palestine in America reserves the right to keep or take down the report at anytime.

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Hatem Bazian: Nakba isn’t a thing of the past, it continues to unfold

Hatem Bazian: Nakba isn’t a thing of the past, it continues to unfold

“Reclaiming Our Narrative: Unveiling Zionism and understanding Palestinian History” highlighted the various ways in which the Palestinian narrative has been described in the past century.

Hasan Kishta presented a heartfelt personal account of his own experience as a nakba survivor and the violence of continual dispossession that he and his family faced in the wake of the Zionist occupation of Palestine. He described how life was like in Palestine and refugee camps.

Othman Atta provided a historical analysis of Zionism and put it in context with the other colonial projects of the 19th century clearly showing how Zionism is colonialism.

Phyllis Bennis described how as a young Jewish women she came to see Israel as a colonial power.

Dr. Hatem Bazian described the similarities between the Zionist occupation of Palestine and the systematic genocide carried out by Europeans on indigenous Americans. He finished by describing how the “Nakba isn’t a thing of the past, it continues to unfold” as Palestinians are persecuted in Palestine and here in the U.S. today.  

Palestinian citizens of Israel: Dialectic of identity and citizenship

Palestinian citizens of Israel: Dialectic of identity and citizenship

AMP Conference: Palestinian Rights, International Law, Zionist Claims

AMP Conference: Palestinian Rights, International Law, Zionist Claims

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