Lames Romman and Abdallah Jaber are 4th-grade students at House of Hope. Both are eight years old and have been inseparable since they first came to House of Hope five years ago as kindergartners. Below, find out a little more about Lames and Abdallah! About Lamese Lamese is eight years old […]
Watch our spring video update with updates about: Nonviolent Communication, Palestine Marathon and an acapella visit from Yale University!
Peace starts with speech. House of Hope staff teaches its Palestinian students Nonviolent Communication (NVC), a healing approach to conflict resolution that gives them the skills to understand what triggers them, deepen their connection with themselves and others, and transform their habitual or emerging responses to the daily injustices they […]
by Chaya, House of Hope Supporter House of Hope is a trauma-informed school and community center for Palestinian children and mothers. What does this clinical language- “trauma-informed” – mean? What impact does complex trauma have on the people, and especially the children and families, of occupied Palestine? In order […]