About All That's Left
All That’s Left is a collective unequivocally opposed to the occupation and committed to building the diaspora angle of resistance.
All That's Left was launched in 2013, and its members come from a variety of political, ideological and personal backgrounds, including non-Zionists, Liberal-Zionists, Anti-Zionists, Socialist-Zionists, Zionists, Post-Zionists, one-, two-, some-, and no-staters and everything in between. The common thread in our work, actions, and connections is our unequivocal stance against the occupation, rooted in the notion that all people(s) are equal, and our focus on informing and empowering the diaspora to take action.
Our vision for this blog is to serve as an organizing space, allowing anti-occupation activists to share stories, analyses, photographs, poems, and other personal expressions in an an openly accessible forum. As the blog takes on a life of its own, it will foster connections among activists, strengthen our collective voice, and provide inspiration as we continue in our struggle together.
The All That's Left Anti-Occupation Blog is open to receiving submissions from readers, writers, thinkers and doers. If you are unequivocally opposed to the Israeli occupation, you are welcome to create prose, poetry, drawing, photography, and other forms of expression for this blog!
This is a digital space for our members, friends, partners, and community-at-large to engage in discourse, develop ideas, expose truths, and experiment with art. This platform is aimed strengthening the diaspora voice in opposition to the occupation. We encourage you to peruse the site and create work to submit.
You can submitting a piece by emailing Allthatsleftcollective@gmail.com. Our editorial team will contact you within one week to let you know if we can post it or not (*mark "urgent" in the email subject if it is a time sensitive article). We will consider all pieces that fit into the broad anti-occupation-diaspora-angle themes and goals of this forum.