MECA Newsletters & Reports
MECA publishes a quarterly newsletter with updates about our work including a special annual report or year-in-review. Below is MECA's most recent newsletter. Please scroll down for links to previous newsletter editions.
For the privacy of our donors, the online version of the MECA Annual Report does not include a list of supporters' names. If you would like a complete Annual Report mailed to you, please email Deborah Agre with "Annual Report" in the subject line. Thank you.
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MECA staff in Gaza describe visiting sites of Israeli massacres and shelters for displaced people after the ceasefire; Update on MECA projects providing clean water for children in Gaza, supporting community centers in Dheisheh Refugee Camp and Jenin Refugee Camp; a new playground in Beit Skariya!; Guest column from long-time MECA supporter Mona Halaby; plus celebrating Food Sovereignty Prize for MECA partner.
MECA's Fall 2014 Newsletter includes staff writing from Gaza and Lebanon; updates on our work with refugees in Lebanon and with displaced and injured children and families in Gaza; and upcoming MECA events.
The Fall 2013 edition features an important piece by Ziad Abbas on Palestinian children in Israeli jails, updates on MECA's work building playgrounds and providing support for children under home arrest in Silwan, a tribute to Helen Thomas by Barbara Lubin and Danny Muller, and a letter from Barbara Lubin about Syria.
The 64th anniversary of Al Nakba: Palestinians remember and US students learn; My Visit to Gaza; Silwan Update; Remembering Adrienne Rich; From Gaza, with Love book excerpt; A Child's View from Gaza: Palestinian Children's Art and the Fight Against Censorship; Sunrise in Dheisheh
Special issue! 2011 Year-in-Review with highlights of MECA's work in Palestine and the US.
Sister & Brother Respond to Injustice, Project Updates, To Gaza with Love on the Maia Mural Project, MECA guides New Mexico students in unique “Israel/Palestine Field School”, Plant-a-Tree in Palestine