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Women of the Arab World Film Series, Winter 2004

Women of the Arab World Film Series, Winter 2004 Open to all – Admission Free Mondays 6:00 - 202 Wellman Hall January 26: Umm Kulthum (A Voice Like Egypt) The diva of Arabic music, the most powerful symbol of the Arab world (1996, Michael Goldman) February 2: Wild Flowers, Women of South Lebanon Women of the resistance, a drama of courage, resistance and hope (1986, Jean Khalil Chamoun & Mai Masri) February 9: A Female Cabby in Sidi Bel-Abbes Struggles of Algerian women of today, few resources and many obstacles (2000, Belkacem Hadjadj) February 23: Women of Hezbollah The personal, political and social commitment of two women from Hezbollah in Lebanon (2000, Maher Abi Samra) March 1: Farha Women’s struggles in Palestine, in Israeli prisons, their organizing to better society (M. Anis Barghouti) March 8: Four Women of Egypt Projects for social change, Arab nationalism, Islamic movements, secularism and women (1997, Tahani Rashed)
Filed under: Arab Studies, Social Event
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