The Carpet Show is a platform where 2 people from the community of Solomon casually express their opinions on a social issue. This third episode is a discussion about hijab with Clara and Walaa.
The Carpet Show is a platform where 2 people from the community of Solomon casually express their opinions on a social issue. This second episode examines Race with Bunja and Vicky.
In this second pilot episode of Immersed we dive deep into the psychological consequences of the profession of Interpreters.
The Carpet Show is a platform where 2 people from the community of Solomon casually express their opinions on a social issue. This first episode examines Patriarchy with Irini and Stavros.
I ran away from my parents in 2010. I was 17 years old. After forty eight hours of uncertainty, I returned home. They forgave me. Two years earlier, 2008 was the year that made me feel doubt and rage. It was near Christmas time, I was 15 years old and really angry. There was a very serious reason that made me and many other children of my age feel this way.
We met Elisavet on Friday at noon, in downtown Athens at the vegan mini market/café that she’s owned with her partner Fotis since 2012.
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