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November 10, 2017
Looking Ahead — Exciting News — Matching Challenge
As many of you know, the inaugural exhibition of Bethlehem Beyond the Wall took place from Oct. 1st - 14th on...
October 18, 2017 /
Nazareth’s Bethlehem exhibit depicts every day (occupied) life
Museum of the Palestinian People, which is based in D.C., will eventually be a permanent, brick-and-mortar space. For now it’s...
September 24, 2017
PRESS RELEASE: BETHLEHEM BEYOND THE WALL
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Museum of the Palestinian People is launching the international opening of Bethlehem Beyond the Wall, a new traveling exhibition...
August 6, 2017
Summer 2017 — News from The Museum of the Palestinian People
Summer 2017 -- News from The Museum of the Palestinian People Launching New Website -- Announcing Public Programming Museum of...
March 30, 2017 /
The Museum of the Palestinian People Launches its Planning Phase and Unveils New Website
Washington, DC—March 30, 2017—The Museum of The Palestinian People (www.mpp-dc.org). Bshara Nassar, Founding Director of the Museum of The Palestinian...
October 13, 2016
CJP alumnus brings Nakba Museum Project, Palestinian experience to EMU
Eastern Mennonite University Bshara Nassar, Palestinian native and Center for Justice and Peacebuilding alumnus, brings his Nakba Museum Project to...
July 11, 2015
Interview with Bshara Nassar, Founder of Nakba Museum
The Nassar family of Bethlehem have held fast to their lands for decades. Since 1916, in fact. It is not...
June 25, 2015
The Nakba Museum Project of Memory and Hope
The Nakba Museum Project of Memory and Hope aims to present a comprehensive story of the Nakba. The exhibit features...
June 18, 2015
Ending memoricide– the Nakba Museum project
A decade ago I was on a speaking tour in Washington DC with Husam el Nounou, administrative director of the...
June 16, 2015
Nakba Museum Exhibit Opens in DC
When 27-year-old Bshara Nassar began to dream of a museum dedicated to the Nakba, he hoped it would provide context...