The Ramallah Preservation Project is an initiative through the AFRP to preserve Ramallah’s historical and ancestral heritage, as a part of the greater story of Palestine and the Palestinian people. In addition, it documents the Ramallah story through interviews with members of the Ramallah community, many of them migrants or first generation in the United States.
The RPP actively works to collect and digitalize historical photos, documents, miscellaneous articles, and oral history interviews, constantly growing our already extensive archive. The RPP acts and serves as a leader for various Palestinian organizations in the United States who also have documentation efforts, and has collaborated with leading institutions in the country, such as the Arab American National Museum. The RPP hosts curated exhibits and oral history interviews at the annual AFRP conventions.