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TV Series Tells “Arab American Stories”

Houston, of course, was recently deemed the most diverse city in the nation, and a big part of that diversity is Arab American. A new 13-part public television series called “Arab American Stories” aims to tell their stories – including some from Houston. Houston Matters’ Michael Hagerty spoke with the show’s host, NPR arts and culture […]

Houston, of course, was recently deemed the most diverse city in the nation, and a big part of that diversity is Arab American. A new 13-part public television series called “Arab American Stories” aims to tell their stories – including some from Houston. Houston Matters’ Michael Hagerty spoke with the show’s host, NPR arts and culture reporter Neda Ullaby, about some of the stories the series tells, including that of Houston-born soprano Hanan Alattar.

EVENT: Houston Public Media will host a screening and discussion of Arab American Stories Wednesday, Oct. 23, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Houston Public Library at 500 McKinney St.

WATCH: Arab American Stories Interview with Houston’s Hanan Alattar:

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