A piece I wrote about what we have witnessed in my beloved city Haifa during the Israeli attack on Gaza, my fears, and my hopes. You can read it here: Rogue Collective article
Category Archives: Fieldnotes
To be a woman in the public sphere.
I walk into a building, followed by two men in their forties. The three of us are standing, waiting for the elevator. One of the men is talking on the phone, not paying any attention to me. The other one: staring at me in a creepy way, not taking his eyes off my body. IContinue reading “To be a woman in the public sphere.”
Interview with me about my feminist activism
As a feminist activist, I am contacted regularly by international volunteers, interns, and researchers who are doing research on feminism. I usually don’t like the end result, as my quotes are all too often taken out of context. This time, however, I was glad that the researcher made extra effort and worked with me, meetingContinue reading “Interview with me about my feminist activism”
Palestinians on the Beach
A few days ago, a post about racism popped up in my newsfeed. It was yet another Palestinian young man who couldn’t rent an apartment in Tel Aviv, because he is an Arab. He saw the apartment, and the landlord agreed to rent it to him. Then, when they met again to sign the contract,Continue reading “Palestinians on the Beach”