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IBTSIAM BARAKAT BALCONY ON THE MOON

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100 people are attending Balcony on the Moon by Ibtisam Barakat

  • Anjali Krishnan
  • Miriam Märkl
  • Angela Khoury
  • Dimitri Shreckengost
  • Alta Schwartz
  • Margaret Hruschka
  • Kawtar Cresci
  • Nabil Mousa
  • Cynthia Pate
  • Joshua Weinstein
  • Lisa anne Manley
  • Jane cronin
  • Lisa Heuss
  • Gail Philipps
  • Ellen Chiang
  • connie sosnoff
  • Krista Brewer
  • najah ideis
  • Lillie Huang
  • Lamyaa Al Azzawi
  • Waqas Khwaja
  • David H Slavin
  • Riad Elmor
  • Jacqueline Peña
  • Helen & Issa ackall
  • Ralph Chandler
  • Michele Taylor
  • Catherine McClellan
  • Barbara Larsen
  • Cornelia Cho
  • Olivia
  • Shajih & Ghada Muhanna
  • Imad El-Kebbi
  • Maya Scott
  • The Rev. Dr. Josephine Jackson-Smithmith
  • Mani Milhem
  • Caroline (Betsy) Rivard
  • Mindy Moore
  • Sheen Atwa
  • Punam Sachdev
  • Ellen Williams
  • char shryock
  • Lester Boyd
  • Jen macuch
  • Tricia Ebner
  • Randy Allen
  • John Brown
  • Fidaa maswadi
  • Sandra Jackson
  • Linnis Cook
  • Folashade Ayanwale
  • Robert Weaver
  • Kristyn OReilly
  • Sophia jetpuri
  • Suheir Ibrahim
  • Zubair Asmi
  • Carla Wright
  • Kimberley Di Francesco
  • Constance Lewis
  • Mark Joseph
  • Free Polazzo
  • Cynthia Mitchell
  • Victor Robinson
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3:00 PM to 4:00 PM: Keynote Speech, a reading by author Ibtisam Barakat, and Q&A

4:00 PM to 5:00 PM: Booking signing and Mediterranean-Themed Reception

The Center for Civil and Human Rights is proud to collaborate with the the Alif Institute, Atlanta’s Arab Cultural Center, to host Palestinian-American and award-winning author and poet Ibtisam Barakat for a keynote speech in conjunction with the release of her new memoir BALCONY ON THE MOON (FSG/Macmillan 2016).

Barakat’s new and intense memoir details her life as she came of age in Palestine from 1972 – 1981, a politically turbulent time in Palestine’s history in particular and Middle Eastern history in general. The book explores several timely and important themes, including human rights and equality, the costs of wars and unresolved racial strife, and the necessity of education for girls worldwide. BALCONY ON THE MOON is the companion to Barakat’s groundbreaking and critically acclaimed earlier memoir, TASTING THE SKY, A Palestinian Childhood (FSG, 2007).

“[An] intense memoir. A poetic, deeply felt coming-of-age story.” – Kirkus Reviews, 2016

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