Visualizing Palestine: A Chronicle of Colonialism and the Struggle for Liberation (Hardcover)

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Visualizing Palestine: A Chronicle of Colonialism and the Struggle for Liberation By Jessica Anderson (Editor), Aline Batarseh (Editor), Yosra El Gazzar (Editor) Cover Image
By Jessica Anderson (Editor), Aline Batarseh (Editor), Yosra El Gazzar (Editor)
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This striking collection of more than 200 full-color infographics is a vivid portrait of Israeli settler colonialism and the Palestinian struggle for freedom.

As a new generation of movement-builders seek to understand Israel's brutal, illegal occupation of Palestine, Visualizing Impact's vivid and informative graphics reveal deep truths about the decades-long Palestinian struggle for freedom.

The infographics present more than just data: colorful, accessible, and thoughtfully arranged, the oppression they document in stark detail dovetails with stories of perseverance and strength. From the history of Zionist settlement to the depopulation of Palestinian villages; from the construction of an apartheid wall to the destruction of olive trees; from hunger strikes to mass protests to boycotts, Visualizing Palestine's graphics are powerful, comprehensive, and demand our attention.

About the Author

Jessica Anderson is a human rights researcher based in Michigan. She was a first-year undergraduate during the 2008/2009 Israeli assault on Gaza, and a graduate student in refugee studies during Israel's 2012 bombardment. In 2013, she joined the Visualizing Palestine team, where she serves as deputy director. Aline Batarseh is Palestinian from Jerusalem. She has more than 20 years of experience working with several Palestinian and international nonprofits focused on advancing gender equality, reproductive justice, children's rights, mental health, social justice and collective liberation. Aline joined the Visualizing Palestine team as executive director in 2021. Yosra El Gazzar is a visual artist and graphic designer based in Cairo, Egypt. She has been a core part of Visualizing Palestine since 2016. Yosra was a 2021 Moutheqat/Women in Dox Fellow in Tunisia and a 2022 CEC ArtsLink Fellow in the United States. Her work has been showcased in various international venues. Visualizing Palestine (VP) is a non-profit project dedicated to using data and research to visually communicate Palestinian experiences and provoke narrative change. VP envisions liberation for Palestinians in a world free from oppression.
Product Details
ISBN: 9798888902509
Publisher: Haymarket Books
Publication Date: September 3rd, 2024
Pages: 392
Language: English