Tuesday, July 03, 2012

The Arab Spring, In Diaspora

In early October 2011, as more than 400 young Arabs from different parts of the world steadily filed into a convention center in the heart of downtown Montreal, Canada. Their minds were teeming with inspiring words of Al Barghouti, the success stories of Maryam Eskandari, award winning Iranian-American architect and Dima Al Ashram from Rawwad, non-profit organization that empowers marginalized communities; as well as other successful Arab scientist, engineers, and activist who spoke at the summit.

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