Tazeen and rapper, song writer, producer, and curator, Supreme Flows, discuss liberation through expression.
Tazeen and baker and owner of Hip Hop Bake Shop, Adela Bejo, discuss Hip Hip & Cooking and how both are a means of bringing people together. Adela shows us how to crimp a pie crust and samples several baked items for her menu.
Tazeen and PhD Candidate and author, Ali Hussain, discuss Arabic maqam (similar to scales) and its spiritual and cultural relevance in music and identity.
Tazeen and graphic designer, Christina Rountree, discuss the importance of supporting local artists and how to effectively do so.
Artist and owner of the Bottom Line Coffeehouse, Noura Ballout, and Tazeen discuss how to find a home as a person of diaspora and the many meanings of home.
Tazeen and professor and photographer, Joel Geffen, discuss photography as it relates to colors, memories, and reflections.
Tazeen and Dr. Joyce Piert discuss how to use mindfulness in education.