upcoming events

Our pop- up dialogue installation gives people living on one side of the world an opportunity to talk to refugees, Youth, students, artists, displaced peoples and poets on the other side of the world. Our dialogue sessions are dedicated to humanizing those affected by the US Muslim Ban and bring awareness to the discrimination they face as displaced people that do not have the freedom of movement that is taken for granted by
so many. We turn public spaces into a place for listening, discussing, thinking beyond borders and building global community

IN SHADOW: an exhibition exploring borders & migration
Apr 05, 2019, 7:00 PM – Apr 07, 2019, 11:00 PM
912 Julia St Gallery,
912 Julia St, New Orleans, LA 70113, USA

past event recaps

December 2018 | New Orleans, Louisiana

 Coffee Shop Dialogue Series

Monday December 10 - Mojo Coffee 

Living Our Solidarity with the Middle East

Dec. 2nd 2018 | Grow On Urban Farm | New Orleans, Louisiana 

Watch Will Picard (Washington, D.C.) Executive Director of the The Yemen Peace Project update us on the crisis in Yemen and current legislation to pull the U.S. out of the war

Watch the De-Otherizing Dialogue Project's co-director, Yazan al-Shakoohhy, discuss the mental health crisis among displaced youth in the Middle East 

Watch Bashar Balleh (Istanbul, Turkey) tell his story and discuss the real consequences of the U.S. Travel Ban for Syrian refugees



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Funded by the Ibrahim Leadership and Dialogue Program

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