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In 2009, as part of the first MCCA grant, "Creating Communities," BMCM teams conducted oral histories where they queried community members about life experiences in Ben M'sik. This document contains the transcripts of six interviews.

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Rafik Imaki, from Ben M'sik, discusses his perceptions of the neighborhood and of the United States.

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In 2011, students from the Ben M'sik Community Museum conducted conversations with members of the community. Mohammed Zainoune, from Casablanca, here discusses his efforts to education the people of Moulay Rachid neighorhood, and to organize them…

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In 2011, students from the Ben M'sik Community Museum conducted conversations with members of the community. Their interview with Haj Lamlih, a seventy-five year old man from Casablanca, gives insight into traditional customs surrounding illness and…

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In 2011, Ben M'sik Community Museum members surveyed 100 students at Hassan II University in Casablanca about their perceptions of America and western understanding of Islam. Their answers are collated here.

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During fall 2009, students and volunteers with the Ben M’sik Community Museum at Hassan II University in Casablanca, Morocco surveyed members of the University’s Arabic Department. The results were analyzed and are presented in this document. A…

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This picture was taken in an Amazigh wedding which was taking place in Ouarzazate, a city that is situated in the south of Morocco. The family of the bride (her aunts and her mother) were preparing her for her groom.

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These are two little girls who are my cousins playing around with each other. It was taken last summer, in July 2011, in Ouarzazate (a city that is far away from Marrakech by 200 kilometers).

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