Art Resist: Aleppo by Beth Stevenson

Aleppo By Beth Stevenson   Aleppo. City of my grandfather. Of you, I know very little. Photos, there are none. I am left with only what I constructed In my imagination, Of the Jewish quarter, the narrow streets, And food he must have eaten there, The smell of Allspice filling the air. His many brothers…

Art Resist: The Shore by Rebecca Levi

THE SHORE: JULY 16, 2014 By Rebecca Levi.  Medellin, Colombia I wrote this poem in July 2014, during the attacks on Gaza. Four children were killed by Israel while playing on the beach. Since then, we have watched many more children die, from Alan Kurdi on a Turkish beach to Ahmad and Aya, nine-month-old twins…

Art Resist: Portraits of LOVE by Photographer Elainea Emmott

On the 26 of March, the Women´s March on London organized an event to stand together at the Westminster Bridge to honor the victims and send a message of solidarity instead of fear to the world, writing “We stand together in grief for those who have died. We stand together in support of those who are injured. We stand…

Art Resist: When Fiction is Fact

When Fiction is Fact Nothing feels real on the news these days. Maybe it’s an alternative reality. Or people are trying to create one. By, K. Providence, RI Do you use Art to Resist? If you have a drawing, video, poem, photo, short story or other artistic act of resistance you would like to share contact americansresistingoverseas@gmail.com.

Art Resist: Ready in exile….

Ready in exile… By SC Yeowoo, Spain Call me when I’m “us” again when the barrel points at someone new Let me know so that I can join The hunt for the new terrorist too. Who will it be this time? Who will we offer to bear The price of liberty and justice — Freedom…