ASALODA: #22 Palestinian voices

Palina Melekh / Stroppy Pie

This time, we’ll be tuning into works by Palestinian authors.

The Palestinian people have faced harrowing circumstances, leaving indelible marks on their identity, culture, and sense of place in the world.
It happens that I deeply empathize and wish to offer whatever help I can to anyone fallen out of favor with their own or neighboring states.

The world is unjust, but the value of human life must rise. Voices need to be heard, children should laugh, families must live in peace, and generations need to be free amid streams of music and vibrant dances. That is life.

In this episode, you’ll hear ethnic, jazz, and rap.
Let’s listen and enjoy.

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