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The Global Salon: Cities in Egypt


            <p>October 27, 2011 | The Jerome L. Greene Space at WNYC | New York City <br />
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            With Mona Eltahawy, Omar Cheta, Malika Zarra, Rula Jebreal, and Basem Fathy; hosted by Eddie Robinson <br />
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            Presented in collaboration with The Greene Space at WNYC.</p>
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Egyptian writers, musicians, and activists take the stage for performances and discussion about the revolution in Tahrir Square, the transition to democracy, and music as an expression of social change. The first in this season&rsquo;s Global Salon series, presenting conversations and performances about countries undergoing cultural, political, and economic transformation. Hosted by Eddie Robinson, WNYC Newsroom. Guests include: Mona Eltahawy (award-winning journalist and activist), Omar Cheta (Middle Eastern Studies researcher), Malika Zarra (singer, composer, and producer), Rula Jebreal (journalist, novelist, and screenwriter), and Basem Fathy (Egyptian activist).</p>

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