We are excited to announce that we will collaborating with @inbetweencollective as part of their ongoing Book Club. We will be reading “When We Were Arabs: A Jewish Family’s Forgotten History” by Massoud Hayoun.
Henri returns to the Gaulette, tunisian port, with his wife as a quest to his roots. The film explores the protagonist’s story from the 1920s onwards, and the impact of Vichy government in the 40s.
Nour Magazine Launch Event, online music festval celebrating the diversity of MENA DJs, from the region to its diaspora and beyond.
ARTS & CULTURES
The Djamilas: Women of The Algerian War For Independence And The Art That Pushed Their Cause Forward
Halima by Mohamed Laroussi El Metoui is the first book I remember ever reading. It told the captivating story of a young tunisian woman’s active role in armed resistance against colonialism in the tense climate of 1950s French Tunisia.
Cairo, 2022 – one may often be awakened by the screaming sound bekkia or roba vecchia resonating throughout Cairo and other Egyptian cities’ streets.
Nassim is an Algerian, born and raised in Saint-Denis, Paris, who now spends his time living between Nice and Algiers. In 2017, he created ‘Kabtihkayti’, whose name stems from the Algerian Arabic phrase ‘my bag, my story’. His main aim in creating the project was to break stereotypes that those from developing nations and modest financial backgrounds cannot travel and explore the world.
Ali Dawood (@ill_lawi) is an Iraqi artist who creates pop culture pieces in re-imagined CG iterations bred from a combination of culture, street, and hip-hop.