The photography and writing of TED Fellow Eman Mohammed is featured in the spring/summer 2015 issue of Alaska Quarterly Review. Eman Mohammed is a Palestinian refugee born in Saudi Arabia and educated in Gaza City. She is the first female photojournalist in Gaza, having started at the age of 19. The mother of two daughters, Eman “continues to shed light on hidden stories by documenting not only the war, but its aftermath and its effect on the people of the region.”
Eman Mohammed introduces her portfolio with several sections of writing: I. The Path / “You have to be a man”; II. The Blast Zone / Locked Doors; III. Mothers and daughters / “Many women died in the kitchen”; IV. Defining Moment / Broken Things; V. The Hole Inside My Heart.