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 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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Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation to connect Palestinians in diaspora

Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation to connect Palestinians in diaspora

The Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation will be hosting three exciting initiatives this summer that aim to connect Palestinians living in the diaspora with their homeland by strengthening their knowledge on Palestinian identity, history, heritage and much more.  

The new initiatives include the Homecoming Journey to Palestine from July 8th-16th, as well as the 5th Annual Palestinian Diaspora Conference that will be taking place in Ramallah, Palestine from July 12th-13th and lastly the Know Thy Heritage Leadership Program from July 6th-23rd.

“This is our (the Palestinian’s) birthright journey,” Rateb Y Rabie, President/CEO of HCEF said about the initiatives. “This is an opportunity to connect with your heritage, your history, your homeland. An opportunity to gain the knowledge of not just the political but the social, cultural and economic ties to Palestine. As well as gain the skills and the experiences needed in making a difference and becoming a leader.”

Applications are submitted online and are open to youth of Palestinian descent that hold citizenship in the Americas, Australia/New Zealand and Europe. Youth applicants that live in the Middle East whom hold a visa from Israeli authorities are also considered.

Click here for updates and more information about HCEF and its initiatives.  

PCRF Chicago fundraiser raises over $200,000

PCRF Chicago fundraiser raises over $200,000

Boeing faces increased opposition on weapons sales to Israel

Boeing faces increased opposition on weapons sales to Israel