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Cookbook Review: The North African Kitchen

The North African Kitchen: Regional Recipes and StoriesWritten by Fiona Dunlop Blogpost by: Rania Khalil Are you stuck in a recipe rut? Do you crave aromatic soul food that can transport you to a place where passion for food transcends borders?                          The North African Kitchen invites you into the kitchens of eight of the best home cooks in the region and brings you recipes with a hint of mint, a burst of pomegranate, the sourness of olives, the crunch of almonds, the juices of preserved lemon wild oregano and orange blossom flavors. Fiona Dunlop’s fascination with the region make...

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Women in the Comic Industry


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Keffiyahs, symbols and cats: Empowerment through responsible buying

The Map Is Not The Territory: Parallel Paths -- Palestinians, Native Americans, Irish, the touring exhibition on display at the Arab American National Museum through May 15, compares the struggles and experiences of Palestinians, Native Americans and Irish. Featuring artists such as Helen Zughaib, Norman Akers and Rita Duffy, the exhibition interweaves these narratives to create a larger image of resistance and empowerment through art. Contemporary and historical aspects are intertwined as a reminder of how our current experiences are influenced by history. Museum supporters can play a part in contributing to the fight for freedom from occupation through socially responsible buying. ...

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