Posts Tagged “culture”

Dubai event explores culture in facing global challenges

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Dubai event explores culture in facing global challenges

Dubai event explores culture in facing global challenges Event Will Explore How Culture Can Help Find Solutions to Critical Global Challenges CultureSummit 2017 Abu Dhabi will bring together an extraordinary group of the world’s top creative minds to discuss culture and the significant role they play in addressing the universal challenges faced in our present time….

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APAP Awards Grants for cultural identity programs

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APAP Awards Grants for cultural identity programs

APAP Awards $1,416,000 in Grants for Building Bridges: Arts, Culture and Identity Program Moraine Valley Community College in Southwest Suburban Chicago will receive funding to carry out projects that expand awareness of Muslim arts and culture. Moraine Valley Community College has been awarded a grant from the Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) for the…

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Reviving the Culture of Hamra Street in Lebanon

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Reviving the Culture of Hamra Street in Lebanon

Reclaiming the culture of Lebanon with culture and art: reviving Hamra Street with graffiti.  By: Kerning Cultures Yazan Halwani is a street artist, still in his early 20s. Over the past year, I’ve met with Yazan a few times, following his work closely and always, with great admiration. When I finally got to sit down with him…

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“A Thousand and One Journeys: The Arab Americans” Chicago premiere

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“A Thousand and One Journeys: The Arab Americans” Chicago premiere

“A Thousand and One Journeys: The Arab Americans” to premiere on American television on WTTW Channel 11 in Chicago on Tuesday, June 7 at 7:30 pm “A Thousand and One Journeys: The Arab Americans,” touted as the first historical full-length documentary about Arab Americans produced in United States, will make its American television premiere on WTTW11…

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Oral Language: Social exclusion & identity affirmation

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Oral Language: Social exclusion & identity affirmation

The elimination of the banlieusards provokes effectively the revolt of the banlieue subculture and confirms the rebous (Arabs’) political message of resistance and existence. It is also a statement of identity, the reality is, there is a constant influx, don’t assimilate and acculturate. By Abdennour Toumi All these manners of speaking appropriate foreign language can…

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Arab Museum offers Eating Tour of Dearborn

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Arab Museum offers Eating Tour of Dearborn

Dearborn is the Plymouth Rock of the American Arab community, but it is also the culinary capitol of Middle Eastern food. If you want to truly enjoy Middle East — or more specifically Arabian food, Dearborn is the place to go. The Arab National Museum has announced a new program called “Yalla Eat!” to introduce the…

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