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​A​ few weeks ago the Downtown Detroit Markets opened for the summer season in Capitol Park, Cadillac Square and 1441 Woodward Collective. These markets are filled with a uniquely curated and high-quality collection of local retailers and will include a variety of event programming throughout the summer that you won’t want to miss including the ...

Upcoming Dearborn Open Mic Program on June 20, 2018

المركز العربي الأمريكي للثقافة و الفنون يتشرف بدعوتكم لحضور المنتدى الثقافي في ديربورن ندوة بعنوان: الاستراتيجيات الفعالة لمساعدة الشباب على مواجهة التمييز و التحيّز  للدكتورة كريستين عجروش السفير الدكتور علي عجمي يقرأ مظفر النواب مشاركات  شعرية: هاني نعمة، عائد إسماعيل، علي السندي، جمال بيضون الأربعاء العشرين  من حزيران 2018 -  الساعة السابعة مساءً في   قاعة المتحف ...

The Interminable Palestinian Uprising by Barbara Nimri Aziz

Jan 5/18 by Barbara Nimri Aziz “Naila and the Uprising” is a new film about Palestine—an old story with a new edition. An almost exclusively women’s production “Naila” effectively employs evocative animation alongside compelling personal testimonials of Palestinian resistance 30 years ago. The “Great March of Return” which the world just experienced-- immobilized and shamed ...

Top 10 News From Dearborn Last Month

Here are the headlines that occupied Dearborn News last month:

​VANGUARD ARTISTS, ACTIVISTS CHANNEL ENERGY AT 2018 CONCERT OF COLORS

Music, spoken word, film, theater + community forum reflect the voices of generations Don Was All-Star Revue rocks again; new folk stage debuts Dearborn, Mich. (May 30, 2018) – Firebrands, fomenters, change agents and creative provocateurs – veteran and newcomer – dominate the lineup for the 26th Concert of Colors presented by the Arab American ...

Arab Women Authors Narrate More Than Women’s Experience

Arab Women Authors Narrate More Than Women’s Experience, 05/25/18 by BNimri Aziz A flood of women’s memoirs seems to have landed in the literary marketplace, along with quasi memoirs for children. Not only confessionals and more discoveries about our gender and its vicissitudes, but revelations of rebellious girls of past generations, (Brazen: Rebel Ladies who ...

Professor Abdulelah Assayegh, An International Arabic Language Authority Living in Dearborn

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtG7WD2xANs شاعر وناقد أدبي وباحث أكاديمي. - من مواليد مدينة النجف - العراق ، في 11 مارس/ آذار 1941م. - يقيم حالياً في مشيغن - الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية. - المؤلفات: * أولاً : كتب تحليل النص الأدبي: 1. الزمن عند الشعراء العرب قبل الإسلام : طبعة أولى 1982 : دار كويت تايمس. الكويت طبعة ثانية ...

Gamal Abdel Nasser: A Dream That Couldn’t Come True by Ambassador Dr. Ali Ajami

Only 52 years between his birth and death. And despite this short life, Gamal Abdel Nasser’s achievements were more, by far, to be counted. The officer that emerged from a poor family, managed to rise high in the political life, not only in his home country, Egypt but also in the Arab world, as well ...

​“Swing Status, Be Gone” by Barbara Nimri Aziz

​ During the last nationwide election, the one before that, and the preceding one as well, I was led to believe my vote really doesn't count. Why? Because I don't live in what our political parties define as a “swing state”, or a swing district, or a swing county. Our media focuses on races and ...