Najawa: A Story of Palestine is a 45’ long comic piece created by artist Michelle Sayles in the summer of 2015. The comic tells the story of a Palestinian woman’s life in decade snapshots as she navigates her country under occupation, ending with a vision of future liberation. The story synthesizes together oral history, documentary, … Continue reading Najawa: A Story of Palestine
As part of The Most Costly Journey project, this piece shares the story of Ponciano* (name changed for anonymity) and his involvement with Migrant Justice/Justicia Migrante in Vermont. Produced with support from the Open Door Clinic, Vermont Folklife Center, UVM Extension Bridges to Health, UVM Anthropology, and Marek Bennett’s Comics Workshop. To see … Continue reading El Viaje Más Caro
Teaming up with Vermonters for a Just Peace in Palestine & Israel, this collaboration features the work of 7 New England artists that interprets a notable Mahmoud Darwish poem. Much thanks to our participating artists who contributed to bringing this poem to life: Delia Robinson, Jen Berger, Betsy Kelly, Marita Canedo, Robert W. Brunell, Michelle … Continue reading Think of Others
These illustrations were produced in collaboration with Vermont Law School and Migrant Justice for a soon-to-be released Know Your Rights manual for agricultural workers in Vermont.