Arab Humanist is a story of an Arab woman who rebelled against her family while living in America. She wanted to claim her own independence and womanhood but was crippled by her naivety, poverty, and lack of a good social safety net. The intention of this story is not to demonize the Arab or the American culture. From the viewpoint of the author, the poor, especially women, in all cultures are treated badly - just in different ways. In Arab Humanist, a fresh light is shed on one of the most important humanist topics of our time: universal, unconditional basic income.
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Laura Hanna - Production Director/Narrator
Laura Hanna is a British/Egyptian actress from London and trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). Working across theatre, film, radio, and voiceover, her other audio work includes Nawal El Saadawi's Woman at Point Zero (Audible), The Arabian Nights, The Eustace Diamonds and The Old Man in the Moon (all BBC Radio 4).
Greg Lockett - Narrator
Greg Lockett trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Recent audiobooks include A Different Drummer by William Melvin Kelley, The Mercy Seat by Elizabeth H. Winthrop and Love to Stay by Adam Hamilton. Radio work includes Hollywood Endings 2: Doubles and Babycakes, both for BBC Radio 4.
Robbie MacInnes - Editor/Recording Engineer
Robbie MacInnes is an audio producer who makes documentaries for BBC Radio 4 and the World Service, as well as podcasts for BBC Sounds, Audible, Tate Britain, and the Gorillaz to name a few.