Going to the Heart of the Refugee Crisis, Camera in Hand
Heather Hamacek
In January, Vineyarders Julia MacNelly and Tom Ellis are headed to Serbia to spend a month filming for a documentary.
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Tranquil Fall Belies Hardship a World Away
Phyllis Meras
With summer over, the Island is peaceful. Life had hardly been peaceful, however, for many in the part of Europe where I was traveling.
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Human Chain Started on Vineyard Puts Spotlight on Refugee Crisis
Alex Elvin

Bill Shipsey, founder of Art for Amnesty, a program of Amnesty International, organized a human chain around the Edgartown Lighthouse last week in advance of a major human chain project in Italy this weekend.

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Walking with History, Future Uncertain
Phyllis Meras

In 2008, friends said I mustn’t visit Syria. It was much too dangerous. But I wanted to see the walled Old City of Damascus.

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