21st December 2020
Miilkiina Music: VOL 002 Playlist Curated by Junior Adesanya
The second volume of Miilkiina Music: a playlist curated by creator and founder, Junior Adesanya.
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5th December 2020
Miilkiina Music: VOL 001 Playlist Curated by Losez
The first volume of Miilkiina Music: a playlist curated by the Algerian musician Losez.
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29th March 2021
Smoky Quartz: Kennedi Carter in Conversation with Gouled Ahmed
Join Durham-based photographer Kennedi Carter (@internetbby) and stylist Gouled Ahmed (@xawaashking) for another episode of #SmokyQuartz curated by Marcella D. Zigbuo Camara (@mars.is.bored)
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24th June 2020
What Now?
A virtual open forum conversation about racial injustice, systemic oppression, education, community, and how we move forward from here. Hosted by Olu Alege (@olualege), Founder of No Noise (@nonoise.co).
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28th May 2020
Cultural Reset and Story-Telling
Moderated by Zeba Blay, in conversation with Mecca Williams, Michael Rotimi, Marjon Carlos, Courtney Yates, Mohammed Fayaz and Sara Elgamal.
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24th June 2020
33 Black-Owned Collectives, Platforms, and Art Galleries To Support
A running comprehensive list of Black-owned collectives pioneering the industry through ethical initiatives, intentionally inclusive opportunities and diversified story-telling experiences.
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2nd June 2020
OPEN YOUR PURSE: Where to Donate to Support The Black Lives Matter Movement
A comprehensive list of organizations and causes to support racial justice change now, and always.
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31st May 2021
OPEN YOUR PURSE: Where to Donate to Support Palestine
Comprehensive list of resources, organizations and causes to support Palestinian liberation.
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7th August 2020
MONETIZE YOUR PRAYERS: Where to Donate to Support Lebanon Relief
A comprehensive list of organizations and causes to support rebuilding Lebanon, now and forever.
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11th May 2020
A Seat at the Table With Olu Alege
For him, people run the world, and street-level research is his way of bridging the gap between capitalism and community.
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9th December 2020
A Seat at the Table With Caláh Jones
Read on to get to know more about Caláh, her work, and how she keeps it positive and poppin' online.
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8th December 2020
A Seat at the Table With Offshore Agency’s Michael Rotimi
Photography: Tanima Mehrota
Michael Rotimi is melanating a new face of fashion with his POC-exclusive talent agency, Offshore.
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22nd March 2021
A time for New Beginnings: Nowruz, the Persian New Year
Six friends of Miilkiina share their rituals, celebrations and Haftseen traditions
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4th May 2021
The First Light
Seven friends of Miilkiina share their early morning Suhoor practices, rituals, and traditions throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan.
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30th October 2020
Filmmaker Aziz Albraik Shares his List of the Best Horror Films
From Hereditary to A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night, here are some of filmmaker Aziz Albraik's favorite horror films to watch this Halloweekend.
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1st June 2021
Cinema from Palestine
A round up of Palestinian films over the years documenting daily life and resistance under occupation.
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27th January 2021
Anaa Saber Rounds Up Her 10 Favorite Bollywood Films
Guest Editor Anaa Saber shares her top 10 favorite Bollywood films. Trust her, you're going to want to add to your watchlist ASAP.
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13th October 2020
Is Astrology the Religion of the Youth?
A reflection on how astral projection substituted the Catholic faith in my adult age.
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12th May 2020
Miilkiina Recommends: Films About Self-Discovery and Intimacy
Indulge in these films to temporarily fill the void of human interaction. #StayHome
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16th July 2020
Beyond Toro
The Princess Elizabeth of Toro not only took the world by storm through her beauty and grace, but stood up for her country through the power of law.
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10th September 2020
Masculinity
This type of patriarchy is shaping many modern workplaces for the worse, as “work-first” attitudes and aggression is still viewed as a sign of worthy leadership.
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10th November 2020
The Visionary
Renowned for his realistic depictions of Northern Africa, Jacques Majorelle was a French painter who traveled extensively, notably throughout Morocco.
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1st September 2020
New Language
Tosan Matthews dives into predicting how today's Black Lives Matter organization and activism may shape tomorrow's lens of communcation.
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7th August 2020
A Shot In the Dark
With the HEAT EP officially out, we take you through the single "Yallah" frame by frame and talk about the irrefutably talented ABIR.
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2nd March 2021
An Ode to Bianca Jagger
The social, style and sartorial legacy of the 70s it-girl and timeless icon.
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29th April 2021
The World of Azura Lovisa: unified and guided by storytelling
How the designer explores otherness and gives precedence to histories that counter dominant narratives.
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6th April 2021
The Return of Art Dubai
Highlights from the anticipated international fair that recovered our connection and senses through art.
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18th March 2021
A Timeless Reference
A nostalgic look back through the archives of our favorite fashion print campaigns of the 1990s.
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16th February 2021
A RETROSPECT OF ONE OF THE FIRST FEMALE-DIRECTED ARAB FILMS: ‘THE SILENCES OF THE PALACE’, 1994
In light of the passing of the late Moufida Tlatli on Feb 7th, 2021.
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2nd September 2020
Jay James Presents “GLORY”
Naomi Accardi takes us frame by frame through this visual masterpiece.
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1st September 2020
Darryl Daley’s BLK Soap Is A Visual, Social Commentary Of The Black Experience
Explore the cinematic masterpiece that is "BLKSOAP".
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17th November 2020
Dwelling In The Authentic: Otman Salil’s ‘Le Fils Des Amazones’
The Franco-Moroccan actor/director debuts a tribute to the beauty of Morocco through his new film.
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9th December 2020
Inferno, An Ode To The Ambivalence Of Arab Womanhood
If with “Rebirth,” Abir yelled out she’s tired of the constraining narrative surrounding Arab and Muslim women, “Inferno” is the battering ram tearing down those walls.
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3rd August 2020
Inferno, An Ode To The Ambivalence Of Arab Womanhood
If with “Rebirth,” Abir yelled out she’s tired of the constraining narrative surrounding Arab and Muslim women, “Inferno” is the battering ram tearing down those walls.
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30th July 2020
Miilkiina Studio Presents Abir Rebirth
Photography: Andy Madeleine
The multi-talented songstress has emerged from the flames and is reborn. ABIR, the Muslim, Moroccan, Arab-American pop princess is back with her best project yet.
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8th October 2020
Katrine Hanna Plays Houdou’ Nisbi Exclusively For Miilkiina
The Lebanese-Australian designer Katrine Hanna plays a beautiful rendition of Houdou' Nisbi on her beloved flute.
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27th October 2020
Miilkiina Presents: The Beauty Evolution of Kohl Eyeliner
Adornment for the eyes, protection from harsh sun rays, and the ultimate beauty statement. Learn about the evolution of kohl eyeliner and its origins.
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11th May 2020
Seeking Romance 2.0: Love In The Time of COVID-19
What happens to the quest for companionship when the world comes to a screeching halt? Naomi Accardi gives her Sex and the City inspired take on dating during COVID-19.
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13th November 2020
Travel With Your Mouth: Let’s Eat With Zaynab Issa
The creative who has her hands in everything (from food to fashion), talks us through her recipe for fried meatballs from her new book, "Let's Eat".
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18th July 2020
The American Artist Reclaiming the Centennial Tradition of Quilting
Naomi Accardi interviews Michael C. Thorpe on the luminaries that inspire his work and how switching artistic mediums brought him to the art of quilting.
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