Charlie Welch cwelch at tecschange.org
Fri Mar 28 15:01:18 PDT 2008

Dialogue with Haifa Zangana          ***

Iraqi artist, journalist, and author of the new book, /City of Widows:
An Iraqi Woman’s Account of War and Resistance ///

*Saturday, March 29, 08    3-5 pm.*

     Cambridge Senior Center 806 Mass Ave., Central Square

** Have you had your doubts about the war on Iraq? *

** Curious about Iraqi women’s rights before and after the war?  *

** Do you wish to explore the status of the Iraqi Resistance?*

In this dialogue coinciding with Women’s history month and the fifth
anniversary of the war on Iraq, you will sample Iraqi women’s knowledge,
struggle and humor face to face.

   Presented by Wafaa’ Al-Natheema and sponsored by the Institute of Near
   Eastern & African Studies (INEAS), an independent, tax-exempt,
   educational and cultural organization in Cambridge with support from
   the Cambridge Peace Commission

*Admission:  FREE   **Prior reservation is required.*

* *Please make reservations by emailing or calling INEAS at
INEAS at aol.com <mailto:INEAS at aol.com> or INEAS_1994 at yahoo.com
<mailto:INEAS_1994 at yahoo.com>  (617) 86-INEAS (864-6327)

*Haifa Zangana *is an Iraqi activist, journalist and novelist, who
published many short novels in Arabic; some of which were translated to
English, French, Italian and Malayalam.  She writes for al-Quds, the
Guardian, Red Pepper and Al-Ahram Weekly.  She has been touring in North
America in promotion of her recently published book “City of Widows – An
Iraqi Women’s Account of War and Resistance.”  She resides in London.

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