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In Palestine pt.9

July 3, 2013

This is the largest key in the world. It sits at the entrance to Aida Refugee Camp, which sits on the edge of Bethlehem, pushed right up against the Israeli Apartheid Wall. 6,000 residents are squeezed into the equivalent of two New York City blocks. Aida is also home to Lajee Center, which does great programming with kids, including the publication of a magazine called Our Voice (we got copies for Interference Archive), a radio station, and an annual kite festival.

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