Gratitude

Tatreez & Tea: Embroidery and Storytelling in the Palestinian Diaspora is made possible with public funds from the Brooklyn Arts Council (2016, 2017), the Regional Arts & Culture Council (2016), and the Clackamas County Cultural Coalition (2016, 2017).

We have immense gratitude to the organizations and individuals who’ve expressed their support for our project.

Reverend Khader ElYateem and Grace ElYateem, Salam Arabic Lutheran Church
Reverend Khader Kalilia, Redeemer – Saint John’s Lutheran Church
Safa Ghnaim, Editor
Rasha Abdulhadi
Nancy Wittig, Ledding Library of Milwaukie
Melissa Morrone, Information Commons, Brooklyn Public Library
Emily West Hartlerode, Oregon Folklife Network
Jumana Al-Qawasmi, Watan Shop
William Garrett
Linda M. Khoury
Carlos Khalil Guzman
Shira Kol, Goat + Lion
Adnan Al-Husseini
Wendy Scharich
Clotilde & Khalil Abudi
Andrea Audi
Nadine Khoury
Carrie Jernigan
Mahdi Al Soudi
Jordana Munk-Martin of Tatter
William Garrett
In loving memory of Naima Raoof
Yeou-Shiuh Hsu
Shaheen Kasmani
Larissa Dulat
Corissa  Hausknecht
In memory of Nur Rishmawi Atala
Carole Mallick Issel
Suraiya Essack-Varachia
Shelly Gale
Andrew Nicholas Hallak
Huda Alhusseini
Michaela Corning
Elaine McKinnon
James Banister
Kamal Saïd Al-Shalabi
Ifeoma Ike
In Memory of Josie Reed
Sheila Ghannam
Arielle Winters
Noemie Girard
Meghaen Anderson
Alexis Confer
Juhi Mawla
Samina  Siddiqui
Brett Lamoureux
Kirsten Burt
Ogechi E.
The Syed Family
Amina Ali Afridi
J. Hashim
Sobia Feroze
Tariq Syed
Asma Bawla
Kelly D. Kruse
With Honour Activewear
Martha  Graziano
Shatha Al-Husseini
Layla El-Dabbagh
Rawan Husseini
Kate Diamond
Sharon Gould
Rebecca Snyder
Morgan Wilson
Linda Gibbs
Scott Hogan
Aries Primrose
Jennifer Morgan
Alexia Allan
Somer Moser
Annie Scharich
Ibrahim Alhusseini
Adam Ka
Eskedar Dejene
Delilah Mokri
Alaaldeen AlHusseini
Claire Dranginis
Esin Efe
Zohaib Salim