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A Blind-Friendly Valentine at Square Café
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A Blind-Friendly Valentine at Square Café

14 Feb 2019

Red Oak and Blessed School celebrated Valentine with blind couples at Square cafe Ashrafieh. The couples were served by a trained staff and they could read the menu in Braille. The blind musician Tony Atallah played violon on this occasion.في مناسبة عيد "فالانتين"-------------جمعية "رد أوك" ومدرسة Blessedينظّمان عشاء ساهراً للمكفوفين------------------- تابعت جمعية "رد أوك" (Red Oak) نشاطها العامل على إدماج المكفوفين وضعيفي البصر في المجتمع وتمكينهم من الحصول على احتياجاتهم في حياتهم اليومية.ولمناسبة عيد العشاق (فالانتين) نظّمت جمعية "رد أوك" ومدرسة Blessed مأدبة عشاء للمكفوفين وضعيفي
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Syrian and Lebanese artists present a unique visual concert in Beirut supported by UNHCR
Dabaka 2018

Syrian and Lebanese artists present a unique visual concert in Beirut supported by UNHCR

19 Dec 2018

On Tuesday December 18, DABAKA a one-of-a-kind performance took place for one night only at Beirut’s The Grand Factory.DABAKA is a musical project that brings together Lebanese and Syrian artists around a visual concert and an exceptional album. Funded by the UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, the show was one of the fruits of a collaboration that lasted numerous months.Revisiting the folkloric “dabkeh”, a dance and musical practice emerging from the Levantine’s common heritage, the artists joined their passion and talent to reclaim its place within a contemporary context.The project hopes to
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"DABAKA" Visual Concert on Tuesday 18 December at the Grand Factory
Dabaka 2018

"DABAKA" Visual Concert on Tuesday 18 December at the Grand Factory

11 Dec 2018

UNHCR (the UN Agency for Refugees) has the pleasure to invite you to an visual concert “DABAKA” by Lebanese and Syrian artists on Tuesday December 18, 2018 at 9:30 pm at the Grand Factory, Karantina, Sea Side.  DABAKA is funded by UNHCR and organized with the support of Red Oak. This project is an initiative by Wael Kodeih. DABAKA is a musical project that brings together Lebanese and Syrian artists around an audio-visual performance. The outcome is a unique album and an exceptional show. Revisiting the folkloric “dabkeh”, a dance and musical practice emerging from the
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