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Amplifying Muslim And Arab Women Through Art

Art + Issues:  Muslim And Arab Women’s Voices poster
Hunter Museum

(aired Tues 11/16/21)

Local Muslim and Arab women will share their perspectives on their lives in Chattanooga at the Hunter Museum.

They will participate in a panel discussion - for Hunter’s “Art + Issues” series - on Thursday starting at 6 PM, free and open to the public.

Dr. Jaclyn Michael, an assistant professor of religion on our UTC campus, will be the moderator.

I spoke with her - and Adera Causey, the Hunter’s curator of education.

As Jaclyn told me...

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