Rania Arabi is a writer and works at the YWCA where she is in charge of researching and coordinating programs for immigrant women and their children in Montreal.
Rania Arabi est un écrivain...
Smithsonian Folkways is a non-profit record label that offers free audio recordings and educational materials
Folk Songs for the Five Points is a celebration of cultural diversity and change, using “folk songs” as a metaphor to explore immigration and the formation of identity in New York’s Lower East Side.
Visit the IMP lab - Interactive media and performance
Find out more about Hip Hop No Pop, an innovative project that uses hip-hop as a means to address identity, race, class and power in the school system - look for Nantali in our video and blog sections.