Fadi Abu Shammalah and Jen Marlowe
1 POSTS 0 COMMENTSFadi Abu Shammalah, from Gaza, has contributed writing and reporting to the New York Times, Al Jazeera America, the Nation, and Yes! Magazine. He is the co-producer of Just Vision’s film, Naila and the Uprising. He is the executive director of the General Union of Cultural Centers and has worked as an interpreter, fixer, and producer for many international institutions and news agencies. Follow him on Twitter at @FadiAbuShammala Jen Marlowe, a TomDispatch regular, is a U.S.-based journalist, an award-winning author, documentary filmmaker, playwright, the Communications Associate for Just Vision, and co-producer of their film Naila and the Uprising. She is the founder of Donkeysaddle Projects. Follow her on Twitter at @donkeysaddleorg
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