AUDIO: Palestine Remembered with Samah Sabawi Part 1 15May13 May 15, 2013

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From the Women for Palestine “Disappearing Palestine” collection (2002) by Melbourne artist Dora McPhee and text by Sonja Karkar
Panel 1 – “Flowers without Fields, Panel II – Keys without Locks, Panel III – People  without Land, Panel IV – Stitches without Meaning,
Panel V – Documents without Rights, Panel VI – Pictures without Frames, Panel VII – Protests without End

A recording of the 3CR “Palestine Remembered” program with special guest presenter Samah Sabawi – the first of a 2-part series commemorating the Palestinian al-Nakba which saw the establishment of the State of Israel and the beginning of the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.  Today, millions of Palestinians make up the largest refugee population in the world and theirs is the longest standing question at the United Nations. Through a mix of classical and contemporary Palestinian poems, this episode of “Palestine Remembered” explores how it feels for Palestinians to be uprooted and exiled from their homes and not be allowed to ever return home.

Listen to audio HERE

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