I attended this event with two white friends. Both felt the need to bring this issue back to their schools. One friend wanted to put Arab/Muslim issues more explicitly in her PTO’s equity statement. The other friend worked with her school to bring in a speaker on Arab culture to present to the students at…

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Parent

Dr. Naber is a dynamic speaker who kept the audience interested and engaged. Our students and audience members learned so much from Dr. Naber’s thought-provoking perspectives on Arab and Muslim women.

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Lara Deeb, Professor, Anthropology, Scripps College

Dr. Naber’s was a key speaker at our 10 year anniversary event. I’ve also seen her speak at smaller educational and community events. She has a wealth of knowledge and a great presence. She breaks down information and makes it relevant so that it speaks directly to the audience she’s presenting to. It’s very visible…

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Chris Lymbertos

I’ve had the opportunity to hear Dr. Nadine Naber on numerous occasions.  In every instance I am impressed with her intentionality in drawing connections between political struggle and scholarly inquiry for the purpose of coalition building.  Anyone interested in intersectional praxis and racial justice in the form of authentic community engagement would definitely benefit from…

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David Stovall, Professor, Black Studies, University of Illinois Chicago

Nadine Naber is an electrifying educator, speaker, and activist who galvanizes critical thought into collective action. Since I first encountered her powerful pedagogical work as a young artist and organizer I have been transformed by her unique approach to addressing social justice issues and movements. She illuminates complex frameworks and makes them viscerally relatable through…

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