Author Archives: Clarissa S. Sosin

Dialogue Through Music

While browsing the internet exploring the world of Middle Eastern music, I found this article called “The Arab League of Hip Hop”. This article discusses the “political potency” of Arab Hip Hop, and its transnational existence and unity throughout the … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Barriers

While browsing the internet the other day I came upon an article called “Egypt artists “reopen” street by graffiti protest”, published by the Houston Chronicle.  It is about the emergence of graffiti in Cairo on the concrete barriers set up … Continue reading

Posted in Arab Spring, Egypt, Out-of-Class Media Post, Signs, Graffitti and Cartoons, Uncategorized | 3 Comments

Salt of This Sea

I watched Salt of This Sea and found it to be very enlightening of the treatment of Arabs in Israel.  Soraya, the daughter of Palestinian refugees who ended up in Brooklyn, New York, goes back to Israel to live in Rahmallah … Continue reading

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