Stories From Three Generations Living Under the Gaza Blockade

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This June marks the 15th anniversary of the blockade imposed upon Gaza. Since 2007, it has severely impeded the freedoms and self-determination of Palestinians in Gaza, often overlooked by the rest of the world.

In this short film, we meet three generations of individuals who live under the Gaza blockade – a baker, a teacher and an artist. One by one, they give powerful testimonies and a look at how the blockade has restricted their lives, rights and dreams.


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