After this there was a feast of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. Now there is in Jerusalem by the Sheep Gate a pool, in Aramaic called Bethesda, which has five roofed colonnades.
Detroit foreign correspondent honored in Arab American National Museum Family honors loved one's career memorialized in Dearborn museum Posted: Her mother and sisters donated her passport, press identification and iPad to the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn.
Fatmeh said her sister Serena was amazing and fearless. She lived in Turkey for a year, she knew the people. She knew the plight of the people," her mother, Judy, said. Her family says her reporting the truth about terrorists earned her many dangerous enemies.
I mean, she literally sat in tents that were supposed to be refugee tents with high-ranking members," Judy said. Shim was killed in a fiery crash Oct. Police reports dubbed the crash an accident.
But Serena Shim's family wants more investigation.
They said they don't think the story adds up. A young reporter's mysterious death In the meantime, they can go to the museum to remember and honor Shim and feel comfort knowing others will learn about her life and career.
What a better place to be," Judy said. The Arab American National Museum says people have found Serena's display interesting and it's important to showcase modern-day artifacts to help tell the story of Arab Americans today. So we really wanted to tell that story.
It's a major part of people who want to stay connected to that part of the world, so we want to make sure that story is told for future generations. They work with journalists and social media to keep her story alive. Fatmeh is thankful the display in the museum is also helpful to Shim's two young children.
The people that don't know about her can educate themselves about her," Fatmeh said. So it makes me really happy for her kids too.The Arab American National Museum says people have found Serena's display interesting and it's important to showcase modern-day artifacts to help tell the story of Arab Americans today.
The National Endowment for the Arts recently announced an $18, grant to help fund a concert series that will perform in Ann Arbor and Dearborn. The Kerrytown Concert House in Ann Arbor applied for the grant to help support its World At the Edge concert series.
The series will feature artists who will perform jazz-based works of art based on their multicultural ethnic heritage. - Fernbank Museum Of Natural History For my field trip assignment, I decided to visit the Fernbank Museum Of Natural History.
Located in Atlanta Georgia, the Fernbank Museum has a small cafe, an IMAX theater, museum stores, and many different exhibits, including hands on experiences that cater more to children. To experience many Native American cultures at once, visit the National Museum of the American Nicodemus was a refuge from the Reconstruction-era South, a reflection of a mass black migration from the South to the Midwest after the Civil War.
Dearborn’s Arab-American community is also well known for its foods — shawarma, kebabs. William Ellis (Bill) Topping () William Ellis (Bill) Topping, born 18 January , passed away peacefully on 21 October Bill was born in Everett, Washington, USA, and moved to Vancouver, BC, at the age of four.
Arab Museum to host cultural tent at Dearborn “Homecoming” The Arab American Tent returns to the City of Dearborn’s 39th annual Homecoming festival with an expanded program of activities and family fun.