by Sahar Taman (originally published in the Huffington Post, January 30, 2012) On the first anniversary of the 25th of January Egyptian Revolution, I had the opportunity to commemorate it in more ways than one. While I really would have liked to have been in Tahrir Square with the millions celebrating in Cairo, I was [...]
21 NOVEMBER 2011 By Yasmina Mrabet Connection Point Manager Each year, our Connection Point Award honors a person or organization that has built dialogue and understanding between Arab, Muslim, and Western women, or within their community, to achieve harmony across cultures. This year we’ve selected Sahar Taman, Co-Founder of Journeys to Understanding, because of her [...]
by Sahar Taman Originally appearing in the Huffington Post Nov 27, 2011: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sahar-taman/egyptians-revolution_b_1114737.html?ref=email_share%3C/p%3E%3Cp%3E On Friday, November 18, I was standing in Cairo’s Tahrir Square for the first time in 2011 inspired the almost festive mood of the Million Man demonstration. Since Saturday, November 19th, the Egyptian Central Security Forces and the Egyptian Military have been [...]
Listen to Sahar Taman’s interview with Wisconsin Public Radio on NPR about the effort by Journeys to Understanding, Prepare New York, and other groups to help create a new narrative around the events of 9/11. Sahar Taman is the Guest on NPR\'s \"Here On Earth.\"
As part of our effort to help create a climate of healing and dialogue, Journeys to Understanding is providing a national map of many of the events commemorating the 10th anniversary of 9/11. If you have an event to share, visit our site and add your event! If you are searching for an event near [...]