Month: April 2018

“Their Flags Are Everywhere” by Amer Zahr in Dearborn Open Mic

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Ali Elsendy Recites “To A Student” in Dearborn Open Mic

Dr. Hassan Bazzi introduces Ali   Ali recites his poetry:

Mr. Mohamad Hammoud Recites His Zajal in Dearborn Open Mic

Poet Ibaa Ismael Reads New Poems in Dearborn Open Mic Introduced by Dr. Hassan Bazzi Ibaa Ismael:  

​“Iraq’s Sacred Assemblies” Part 1

​ April 24, 2018 by Barbara Nimri Aziz, If there’s any argument against our excessive reliance on digital platforms to maintain social fabric, it is surely found inside Iraq today. Forced into long stays indoors, behind walls and gates, checked a dozen times between home, office and school, Iraqis have been confined to TV and ...

Zajal by Mohamad Charara in Dearborn Open Mic

Zajal is a traditional Arabic form of oral strophic poetry declaimed in a colloquial dialect.


World-renowned company brings its Undesirable Elements series of grassroots theater productions to southeast Michigan Performances presented in conjunction with new installation exhibition on Arab Muslim women Dearborn, Mich. (April 23, 2018) – An original theater production May 11-12, 2018, at the Arab American National Museum will present the experiences of six Arab American Muslim women ...

Classroom at Home

This article was originally published on Instructions Sold Separately . It’s a long day when you must not only keep your child occupied but also learning while juggling everything else that you need to do. The way your child learns, how you structure their day and how you interact with him/her depends greatly on their temperament. ...