A poem from Baghdad about the Governor of Baghdad Salah Abdul Razzaq. In Arabic with English Translation.
We recently met up with Nawal Nasrallah, an Iraqi foodie and author of “Delights from the Garden of Eden,” a book that traces the origins of Iraqi food to the beginning of civilization itself. Here is what she had to say.
Listen to an interview with Jordanian singer Macadi Nahhas and how she was influenced by music from Iraq.
From Baghdad, a poem dedicated to Iraqis worldwide about Elections, and what they have meant to everyday life for everyday people. Written in Arabic, and translated into English.
Susu Attar speaks about her art and cultural influences in a one on one conversation that takes you on a journey between Los Angeles and Baghdad.
Nadia’s memories from a sleepy fluorescent lit lecture hall to the streets of Toronto, and her first cup of Iraq.
A look at how the US military actively recruits young Black men, tracing the connections between the struggles of marginalized communities in America and Iraq.
Dan Gorman, co-founder of Reel Iraq, a festival about Iraqi arts & culture, talks to us about the thinking behind holding such an event in the UK.
A poster examining the irony of anniversary when all you are celebrating is death and theft.
Palestinian artist Nidal El Khairy uses his distinct style to pay homage to the people of Iraq in this beautiful poster.
Journalists, artists, and activists from around the world create informative and beautiful radio programming to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the American occupation of Iraq.
Karim Sultan, a fierce composer and musician, creates a powerful, imaginative, and devastatingly meaningful original musical composition that pays homage to the strength of Iraq to exist and thrive in the face of tremendous violence, taking listeners on an intense journey through the streets and homes of Iraq.