This Is How They Lived

Seeking to make real each grievous Gazan death among the staggering numbers, a new website, Humanize Palestine, serves as an online memorial, posting not just names and numbers but images and short biographies of each victim under the heading "In Memory."  Its creators say their goal is both to bring together the Palestinian community in mourning, and to help others better understand "who Palestinians are." There's also a stirring new video for the #GazaNames Project with the same goal. Heartbreaking, all of it.

"This is how they lived. This is how their lives were ended."

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