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Hip-Hop hits Edmonton’s Palestinian Bazaar [News]


Edmonton, AB- It is time to celebrate the contributions Palestinians make to society through their art, film, food, products, knowledge, literature and their music. The HUMANSERVE International Society for Development is holding it’s inaugural Palestinian Bazaar, a full-day festival celebrating the cultural richness of the Palestinian people! The evening concert will especially highlight their vibrant hip-hop scene by featuring the amazing talent of Shadia Mansour and many other Palestinian hip-hop artists. Check out some of their videos, plus more info on the bazaar, after the jump.

Shadia Mansour


The Palestinian Bazaar

Saturday, March 17 (Noon – 10:00 pm)

12:00 – 7:00 pm: Bazaar (Main Foyer, Free)

7:00– 10:30 pm: Evening Concert (Westbury Theatre, $15)

Transalta Arts Barns

10330-84 Avenue

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Amalia Judith was born in Winnipeg, MB and quickly whisked away to a childhood of travel throughout California, England, Germany and predominantly Pakistan. In 2006 she completed an honor's degree in English Literature, which left her quite jobless and alone in East Van. Amalia cut her teeth at, Canada's darkest counter-culture magazine, moving on to contribute words and flicks to HipHopCanada: she's currently a member of HipHopCanada's West Coast team and has had the privilege to interview hip-hop icons like Lil' Kim, Pusha T, Big Boi, Three Six Mafia, Yelawolf, Pharrell Williams and most of Wu-Tang. Amalia also works as a Key Worker educator and advocate for families affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, as well as heading up Team Heartbreak, a media production company that pairs community involvement and artistic movements.

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