Cate Malek and Mateo Hoke began working together in , spending eight months researching and writing a story about the daily lives of undocumented Mexican immigrants living in Colorado. Their story ran in multiple newspapers and was recognized with a writing award by the Center of the American West. Cate holds degrees in journalism and American studies.
She currently teaches English at Bethlehem University and works as a freelance editor. Previously she worked as a reporter, receiving multiple Colorado Press Association awards.
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As a young man, Palestinian lawyer Abdelrahman Al-Ahmar was detained and tortured by Israeli soldiers after throwing stones and Molotov cocktails at settlers in the refugee camp. He describes being kept outside naked in the snow with a bag over his head, enduring constant beatings, and being kept awake for days at a time.
In what was does the dilemma Amiad described apply to all wars? Jamal Bakr, a lifelong fisherman from Gaza, has lived in fear that he will be shot by Israeli soldiers ever since Israel imposed a naval blockade in After his release, he went back to school to make art about his experience in jail.
Do you believe art is, or can be, resistance?