المنتدى الثقافي في ديربورن يقدم: المنتديات الثقافية في جنوب لبنان … بين الريادة والرتابة [podcast/video]

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Dividing The Middle East – The Arab Revolt

Part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2L6L37GGAY Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJCq5p8HCZo Part 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VoV_RQZDls Part 4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WU9TrSOnXkU

Eps. 14 We Are In This Together – Shatha Sbeta – From Libya to California [Video/Podcast]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thgovYBlf8o We are in this together is a non-scripted, live, non-profit, broadcast by Dearborn Blog, hosted by Wissam Charafeddine, to have conversations, that become oral history records, of our lives during the COVID19 pandemic also known as coronavirus Pandemic. These are personal stories of our lives during these unprecedented social isolation measures, in a globalized ...

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Can Remote Work Be Fixed? My Latest Article For The New Yorker by Cal Newport

Can Remote Work Be Fixed? My Latest Article For The New Yorker Earlier today, I published my latest article for the New Yorker. It’s titled: Can Remote Work Be Fixed? In this semi-epic long-form essay, I dive into the history of the remote work movement, documenting why, after decades of excitement, it ended up falling ...

المنتدى الثقافي في ديربورن يحتفل بالمئوية الأولى لمؤتمر وادي الحجير بمشاركة نخبة ثقافية من لبنان

مقدمة السيد وسام شرف الدين:ـ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivlvMIOXBhA سيداتي آناساتي سادتي، طابت أوقاتكم بكل خير و السلام عليكم، نرحب بكم في البث المباشر للمنتدى الثقافي في ديربورن، تقدمة المركز العربي الأمريكي للثقافة والفنون، في ندوة جديدة عبر الفضاء الإلكتروني لشهر آذار مايو لعام 2020م، في خضم جائحة الكورونا التي ألمّت بكرتنا الأرضية، فأنسنت المسافة بيننا، و جمعتنا ...

FFID – Islamic Dialogue … Goals & Challenges [Video/Podcast]

Questions that are discussed in this episode: 1. How do you see or define Islamic Dialogue and why do you feel it is important? 2. How do you assess the current situation of Islamic Dialogue? 3. What should the goals of Islamic Dialogue be? 4. What are the challenges of Islamic Dialogue? 5. What is your personal experience with Islamic Dialogue in your life and especially in your community?

5-20-2020 Dearborn Open Mic English [Podcast/Video]

Arab American Center for Culture and Arts invite you for another night of poetry, music, and culture with the Dearborn Open Mic English (DOME) at 10PM on the third Wednesday of each month. This episode on May 20, 2020, will feature a talk by Professor Dr. Hani Bawardi titled "New Perspectives on the Pen Bond (AlRabitah AlQalamiyah) on Their 100 Year Anniversary". It will also feature poetry from Amal Baydoun for the first time. Other poets will participate in the open forum. There will be a special live performance by Samer Sarhan and Kareem Kanouh.

Let Go to Grow: On a Blogger’s Decision to Trade Social Media for a Quieter Life by Cal Newport

Let Go to Grow: On a Blogger's Decision to Trade Social Media for a Quieter Life A reader recently pointed me toward an interesting essay. It was written by a blogger and podcaster named Mika. “I’ve thought about how to start this post FOR MONTHS,” she begins, before building to her reveal: “When I hear ...

Mocking Birds in This 2020 Spring by B. Nimri Aziz May 20/2020

Our seas and rivers look cleaner; our air feels fresher, quieter; our streets and roadways are abandoned. Panic shopping for household supplies has passed, only to be replaced by lines of mothers and fathers at food banks while UberEats and Grubhub hand-deliver to others at any cost. In U.S. detention camps, miserable crowds are shamelessly ...

Have Nepal’s People Managed a Healthy Breakthrough in the Covid-19 Crisis? By B. Nimri Aziz 04/25/2020

“We’re all going to die!” This feeble appeal came in a Facebook phone call with B. Thapa from deep within Nepal’s eastern hills. Our conversation was in early March when news headlines from Italy and the U.S. began to alarm Nepalis. With no information about the spread of the disease in his country, this schoolteacher ...

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