Habibi Art Expo on LGBTQA+ Muslims

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(eng) After a highly succesful première at the Migration Museum in Molenbeek, the 'Habibi' expo is coming back to Brussels.‘Habibi’ tells the stories of men and women who are torn between hope and fear, expectations and dreams, talking and silence, denial and acceptance, family and sexuality, God and themselves.

Artwork by Sami Ammar, based on, ‘Habibi’, the new book by writer and anthropologist Wim Peumans, available at Uitgeverij Vrijdag.This is part of the Aywa festival, a tribute to activist Sarah Hegazi and the LGBTQIA+ in the Arabic world & diaspora. Full programme here: https://www.lagrangepointsbrussels.com/events/aiwa/The book: https://www.uitgeverijvrijdag.be/product/2825749/habibi

Date & Time
June 3, 2021
Start - 11:00 AM
June 13, 2021
End - 9:00 PM Europe/Brussels

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