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United Kingdom

The Liverpool Arab Arts Festival delivers arts and community programmes which bring diverse communities together, where people across the North West of England can appreciate the rich diversity of Arab culture on a localised international level.

The Wolf of Baghdad is an audio-visual journey through a Jewish family’s memories of their lost Iraqi homeland. Through Iraqi folk songs, powerful imagery and family experiences, Carol Isaacs takes visitors on a journey from London, all the way back to her motherland of Mesopotamia. 

Philip Juma specialises in Iraqi cuisine in the heart of the United Kingdom. Iraqi food is arguably the most understated cuisine in London, however, JUMA Kitchen relishes the challenge and opportunity to introduce you to distinctive new flavours. 

United States of America 

The Iraqi Children Foundation intervenes in the lives of vulnerable Iraqi kids. Funds raised on their annual In Their Shoes 5K, help the ICF provide orphans and homeless children with access to education, legal protection and rescue from the streets and child labour. 

The Arab American National Museum is the world's leading museum devoted to Arab American history and experience. Located in Michigan, the Museum shows visitors the Arab American story through exhibitions and online events.

The American Sephardi Federation preserves and promotes the history, traditions, and rich mosaic culture of Greater Sephardic communities. Along with public and community education, the ASF also run Diarna, who are working digitally to preserve Jewish history across the Middle East and North Africa.

Celebrate your heritage and join the global Loving Day community. Loving Day was inspired by the Loving v. Virginia (1967) U.S. Supreme Court decision, and Richard and Mildred Loving's fight for justice as an interracial couple. 

Online International

The Independent Iraqi Film Festival are a community platform dedicated to supporting films from and about Iraq, which brings Iraqi cinema into your home through online screenings, educational programs, image and sound projects. 

The Thin End of the Wedge explores life in the ancient Middle East. There are many wonderful stories we can tell about those people, their communities, the gritty reality of their lives, their hopes, fears and beliefs.

We all know the stories of Winnie the Pooh but do you know the story of the bear behind the legend? Join Remembering the Real Winnie, on an eye-opening journey back to Canada in World War One, where you'll meet the real life Winnie and the man who rescued her!  

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