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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.

Contact us with any questions or concerns.

Palestinian Hustle brings Tell Your Story line to life

Palestinian Hustle brings Tell Your Story line to life

Palestinian Hustlers’ first "TELL YOUR STORY"  open mic night was a success. 17 people attended the inaugural event.

Palestinian Hustle is a clothing brand and one of their clothing lines, Tell Your Story, came about when Samer Fidy—the founder—wanted to give people a chance to be able to speak openly and without judgement about anything they may be feeling or going through.

Together, with Mohannad Abuzant and Sherine Khalil of Massimo Art Gallery, they planned the event to give people from all cultures and backgrounds a platform to tell their stories. A place where people have told their stories through art would be the perfect venue to host an open mic night. Presenters performed everything from songs, rap, poems,  or just spoke about their hobbies, life stories, or careers. Massimo Art Gallery's own Mohannad and Sherine read poems they had written. Aramis, one of Samer's good friends, spoke about why he chose to become a photographer. Samer learned so much about his friends past which he wouldn't have known if not for the open mic night. Samer ended the night with a poem he wrote about Palestine. It was amazing listening to people open up about their lives, struggles and expressing themselves through singing, rapping and poetry.

Given the success of the first open mic night, Palestinian Hustle and Massimo Art Gallery are planning to make it a quarterly or even a monthly event. They are very excited for the next event and expect an even bigger turnout this time.

The Tell Your Story line is not just a t-shirt or a sticker; it’s a token, a symbol, of the day you chose to be brave and speak out.  This shirt represents your strength and courage to set yourself free of those feelings and stories you chose to bury. This shirt will remind you everyday that you will never, ever be afraid to TELL YOUR STORY again. This shirt is your reminder that you are free!!  

To purchase a Tell Your Story T-Shirt, please visit our website.

Palestine in America's Arts & Culture issue will feature fashion designer Rami Kashoú

Palestine in America's Arts & Culture issue will feature fashion designer Rami Kashoú

Noura Erakat’s ‘Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine’ brings clarity to occupation

Noura Erakat’s ‘Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine’ brings clarity to occupation

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