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Light in Gaza
Essays for the Future

Light in Gaza gathers a collective Palestinian vision of what a future Gaza could be.

Light in Gaza is a seminal, Gaza-centered contribution to the global Palestine solidarity movement. A moving and wide-ranging anthology of Palestinian writers and artists, it also constitutes a collective effort to organize and center Palestinian voices in the ongoing struggle. As political discourse shifts toward futurism as a means of reimagining a better way of living, beyond the violence and limitations of colonialism, Light in Gaza is an urgent and powerful intervention into an important political moment.

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