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My Life, My Food, My Kurdistan

 

The Kurdistan Regional Government
Representation in the United States
 

cordially invites you to the launch of
 
My Life, My Food, My Kurdistan
 
a book by
 
Chiman Zebari

 
My Life, My Food, My Kurdistan is the story of a woman who immigrated to the United States after Saddam Hussein's tyranny and purging of the Kurds in the 1970s. The book includes compelling stories about personal strength and achievement, while reflecting the author's love for Kurdish food through her recipes.
 
Chiman Zebari was born in Akre in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. She lived in Mosul for five years and in Erbil for six before emigrating to the United States.

 

 

 

Friday, March 25

5:00 pm

Kurdistan Regional Government

Representation in the United States

1532 16th St NW

Washington, DC 20036

Light refreshments made by the author will be served.

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