A Land With a People: Palestinians and Jews Confront Zionism (Paperback)
A collection of personal stories, history, poetry, and art
A Land With a People is a book of stories, photographs and poetry which elevates rarely heard Palestinian and Jewish voices and visions. Eloquently framed with a foreword by the dynamic Palestinian legal scholar and activist, Noura Erakat, this book began as a storytelling project of Jewish Voice for Peace-New York City and subsequently transformed into a theater project performed throughout the New York City area.
About the Author
Esther Farmer (Editor) Esther Farmer is the director and playwright of "Wrestling with Zionism." In addition to producing storytelling workshops around the country as a JVP-National artist, she has played leadership roles in the New York City Housing Authority, as a United Nations representative, and as a founder of Teamsters for a Democratic Union. Rosalind Pollack Petchesky (Editor) Rosalind Pollack Petchesky (she/her) is Distinguished Professor Emerita of Political Science at Hunter College, City University of New York. She is a recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship and more recently, the Charles A. McCoy Career Achievement Award. Dr. Petchesky is a JVP-NYC chapter leader, a classical pianist, and a kickboxer. Sarah Sills (Editor) Sarah Sills produces storytelling workshops, and is part of the "Wrestling with Zionism" Readers Theater. As a life-long artist-activist and organizer, she co-led a Teamsters trade union delegation to China, organized clerical workers at Columbia University, raised money for Salvadoran women's cooperatives during the war, and worked at a pro-Aristide Haitian newspaper.