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When my family left Lebanon in the middle of the civil war, Stories from the Sands of Africa was one of the few things I brought with me to the UK. On its cover, a girl sits astride an alligator with sharp teeth. She’s being swept downstream to who knows where. But she looks happy.
Nathalie Abi-Ezzi on the power of storytelling to create community, identity and belonging, and how a textile art project in London’s East End pushed the boundaries of her work.
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