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Years of Stolen Books

Years of Stolen Books

How can a person go through life without stealing or losing a book? A reflection that brings back a stream…
“I Wish I Was Still Young”: Sana’a in the Eyes of Najmia

“I Wish I Was Still Young”: Sana’a in the Eyes of Najmia

“I wish I was still young, and that I had never grown up.”   This is how she started her…
Abdulrahman al-Amri: The Bulbul of the Sana’ani Chanting Art

Abdulrahman al-Amri: The Bulbul of the Sana’ani Chanting Art

When we talk about inshad (religious chanting) in Yemen from the early 1980s to today, Abdulrahman al-Amri is the voice…
The Meaning of Childhood to Heba

The Meaning of Childhood to Heba

  During childhood our first experiences of life are formed and our first conceptions of what it means to be…
Intimate Walls

Intimate Walls

In the words of the poet Abdulaziz al-Maqaleh, “Sana’a is the capital of the soul and a tavern of light.”…
Women and Young Girls Play Music for Peace at the Cultural Center in Sana’a

Women and Young Girls Play Music for Peace at the Cultural Center in Sana’a

“When words end, music goes on.” This is how one feels entering the hall of the Cultural Center in Sana’a…
SPACES at Basement: Training Youth to Influence Social Issues

SPACES at Basement: Training Youth to Influence Social Issues

A series of debates, entitled ‘Analyze, discuss, and debate’, held by the Basement Cultural Foundation in Sana’a, continues for the…
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