The Reality Exposed by Bedouin Women Armed With Cameras

Mothers and daughters from unrecognized villages empowered through photography.

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Mahadia Abu-Joda, 53, a mother of 13 and resident of the unrecognized Bedouin village of Za’arura, cradles a red digital camera in her hand. “The first time in my life that I held a camera and prepared to take...