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Tzfat (Safed) is narrow roads and tinier alleyways, begging to be explored. The air is charged with spiritual electricity. Shabbat, the Jews’ weekly day of rest, suffuses Tzfat with calm, silence, serenity.
Tzfat is a magical, mystical city in northern Israel and centuries-old center of kabbalah.
Tzfat is an Artist’s Colony full of galleries and workshops— potters, painters, jewelers, leather workers, candle makers, and more.
The African Refugee Development Center runs the only refugee shelter in Tel Aviv for the most vulnerable segment of the population: pregnant women, new mothers, and their children. The children depicted here are current shelter residents, often left to fend for themselves while their mothers are at work.
They say that it takes a village to raise a child.
ARDC’s shelter is that village within Tel Aviv.
Sari Ganulin is currently the Resource Development Coordinator at the African Refugee Development Center in Tel Aviv. She was born and raised in Ohio, moved to New York to work in theatre, and stayed for college at The New School (BA with honors, Music). After studying Jewish music in Jerusalem for a year, Sari moved to Tel Aviv where she lives with her fiancé, Steven Beck, and their dog, Nikud. http://www.ardc-israel.org. Please join our newsletter to keep up to date with the refugee situation in Israel. Photography inquires: firstname.lastname@example.org