Python Django how to parse the coming JSON response in html?

Good afternoon, send an ajax request in the views and need to parse this data into html, that is, for example, such a template:
{% for item in news_list %}
<div class="block-news-item__thumb"> <a href="{% url 'news:detail' item.slug %}"> {% if item.image_preview %} <img src="{% thumbnail item.image_preview 294x190 crop %}" alt="{{ item.image_alt }}"> {% endif %} </a> </div> {% endfor %}
That is, in place of {{ item.image_alt }}
Views:
def pagination_ajax(request):
 if request.is_ajax():
 news_response = {}
 query = request.GET.get('value', 12)
 news = (News.objects.all()[query:])
 news_response['image'] = list(news.values_list('image_preview'))
 news_response['slug'] = list(news.values_list('slug'))
 news_response['title'] = list(news.values_list('title'))
 return JsonResponse(json.dumps(news_response, ensure_ascii=False), content_type='application/json', safe=False)

js:
$('button.pagination').click(function () {
$.ajax({
 type: 'GET',
 url: 'http://127.0.0.1:8000/news/ajax/paginate',
 dataType: 'json',
 success: function (data) {
 $('.ajax-data').append(data + '<br>')

}


});
});

Part of the json object:
"image": [["detryewry.jpg"], ["editid"], ["антикризис_превью.JPG"], ["Kazakhstan"], ["gM6QJ51-MWM.jpg"], ["0868823079a26cb88b65a6b73a37207e.jpg"], ["антикризис_превью_OeehSfW.JPG"], ["lagernd"], ["fc9d6b6f1c4b5e0d95c3c07e266e6bf9.jpg"]
June 14th 19 at 18:06
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