Food for Our Grandmothers: Writings by Arab-American and Arab-Canadian Feminists

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A
Abdul, Paula, 166
Abraham, Sameer, 265
Abraham, Murray F., 166
Abraham, Nabeel, 265
Activism, Coalition Building, 220, 242, 162-164; Feminist, 116-117; Gulf War, 114-116
Adams, William C., 261
Adnan, Etel, 11
Aduba Qozhaya, xv
Agnew, Spiro T., 260
Aitaneet, 26
al-Hibri, Azizah, 160, 222
al-Qazzaz, Ayad, 262
Alladin, 165-166
Alloula, Malek, 266
Amara, Lamea Abbas, 113
Amara, 113
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Commit- tee (ADC), 166, 211, 263-264, 274
Amman, 67
Ammar, Marti Farha, 30
Anzaldúa, Gloria, xvii, 220
Arab Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Network, 274
Arab Lesbian Network, 274
Arab Nations, xviii
Arabic Bread, 63-64
Armenia, xviii, 32-38, 246-249
Ashrawi, Hanan, 116, 156, 223
Asian Women United of California, xvii
Assimilation, 35, 192, 207
Association for Middle East Women's Stud- ies, 274
Association of Arab-American University Graduates, 263
Avedis, Sirani, 247
Aziz, Barbara Nimri, 56, 274

B
Bahrain, 59
Balfour Declaration, 43
Beirut, xv, 12, 16, 56, 59, 60, 67, 244
Beitunia, 102
Belly-dancing, 170, 176, 267
Bezirgan, Basima, 265
Bhutto, Benazir, 156
Bir Zeit, 68
Biracial, 68-72, 76, 84, 87, 89-90, 190-191, 197, 199-200, 254-255
Black September, 74, 78
Body Hair (removal/bleaching), 9, 31, 32, 45, 218, 224-225
Boudakian, Martha Ani, 32
Bourke-White, Margaret, 241
Boyajian, Silvette, 207
Bozieh, Ibtisam, 98, 100,
Brant, Beth, xvii
Buonaventura, Wendy, 267
Bush, George, 116, 125, 127, 211

C
Cairo, 107
Caribbean, 30, 39, 40, 46, 47
Carter, Jimmy, 261
Casem, Kasey, 166
Chamie, Mary, 265
Clitoridectomy, 158-159, 160-161
Collier, Ellen Mansoor, 165
Colonialism, see Imperialism
Conyers, John, 212
Copenhagen Women's Conference, 158
Cows, 39, 40, 227
Croutier, Alev Lytle, 266
Curtiss, Richard, 261
Cyprus, 87

D
Daher, Jessica, 212
Damascus, 244
David, Bob, 212
Davis, Fanny, 266
DeBakey, Michael, 166
Diab, Leila, 101
Dier Kyfa, 58
Douma, 12, 16
Dune, 181-184
Dweik, Bader S., 206

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