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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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Goker was interviewed by former KSU student, Emily Arp. Originally from Bursa, Turkey, he moved to the U.S. at twenty-five to learn the language and pursue advanced educational opportunities. He discusses the American media’s portrayal of Muslims…

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Sena Oksui was interviewed by Meagan Diedolf, Stefanie Green, and Jay Lutz, all former students from Kennesaw State University. She received a degree in American Literature in Turkey and is now studying Social Work at Kennesaw State University. She…

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Meagan Diedolf, Stefanie Green, Tony Howell, and Dr. Anne Sinkey of Kennesaw State University interviewed Nareen Farook, a hip-hop dancer and International Studies major at Emory University in Atlanta. Her family is originally from Bangladesh but…

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Nagihan Korucu was interviewed by Emily Arp, Stefanie Green, and Dr. Catherine Lewis of Kennesaw State University. Although Nagihan was born and raised in Istanbul, Turkey, at the time of the interview she was studying to become an elementary school…

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