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Sabra-Shatila Refugee Camp, Lebanon: In Pictures

During December-January of 2011 I had the opportunity to intern in a number of Palestinian Refugee Camps in Lebanon. I have been meaning to document the overwhelming experience and have decided that I will do so in fragments; the following pictures were taken personally in the camp of Sabra and Shatila.

I will document my experience in the Sabra and Shatila Refugee Camp in an upcoming post.


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Writer, researcher, published poet, and cat enthusiast.

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[…] stockpiled atop one another. I felt ashamed of myself, as I stood hugging walls of Beirut?s Sabra and Shatila refugee camps with my backside, as a car attempted to fit through the small space between adjacent homes. I […]

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[…] stockpiled atop one another. I felt ashamed of myself, as I stood hugging walls of Beirut’s Sabra and Shatila refugee camps?with my backside, as a car attempted to fit through the small space between adjacent homes. I felt […]

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this unique and impressively pragmatic architecture speaks to a spontaneous philosophical aesthetic, the profound collective will to survive a prolonged and unrelenting cultural siege.

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