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Talk to the headscarf

Emma Hannigan

Talk to the headscarf

a memoir

by Emma Hannigan

  • 113 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Hatchette in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Patients,
  • Health,
  • Cancer,
  • Biography

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEmma Hannigan
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC265.6.H36 A3 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination333 p. ;
    Number of Pages333
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24844124M
    ISBN 100749956488
    ISBN 109780749956486
    LC Control Number2011379284

    Get this from a library! Talk to the head scarf. [Emma Hannigan; Grainne Gillis] -- Emma was busy minding her own business when four little letters and one small number, BRCA1, threatened to turn her life upside down. Discovering the rare BRCA1 gene meant Emma had a 50 percent. Culture Unveiling the history of the headscarf. A headscarf is often associated today with the head coverings worn by Muslim women. But an exhibition at Vienna's Weltmuseum shows the many — and.

      A headscarf means you have no multiplicity in beliefs. A headscarf, it seems, is never just a headscarf. So let’s take a look at some of the stories behind the scarf, and acknowledge that while, indeed, some women truly believe that wearing a headscarf is part of their duty and obligation to be a pious Muslim woman, the stereotype certainly Author: Zainab Salbi.   Prejudice and progress: Local women with hijabs talk about what it's like to wear the Muslim headscarf in Chicago. By Nara Schoenberg. While the Muslim holy book.

    Guide for Tying a Headscarf; Headscarf Tying Instructions; Modern and Contemporary Muslim Women's Fashions; I found one more , 9 June (UTC) Discussion. Feel free to discuss and any which reach consensus as meeting the guidelines can be returned. -- The Red Pen of Doom , 23 November (UTC). TED Talk Subtitles and Transcript: What do you think when you look at this speaker? Well, think again. (And then again.) In this funny, honest, empathetic talk, Yassmin Abdel-Magied challenges us to look beyond our initial perceptions, and to open doors to new ways of supporting others.


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Talk to the headscarf. [Emma Hannigan] -- Emma was busy minding her own business when four little letters and one small number, BRCA1, threatened to turn her life upside down. Discovering the rare BRCA1 gene meant Emma had a 50 percent.

Talk to the Headscarf is the story of how she lived, laughed and overcame some of the toughest times in her life. Emma has now battled cancer eight times. In this inspirational account, she shares with us the highs and lows of her astounding story and shows us that, against the odds, life can and does carry on.Using her inimitable style she told her own story in Talk to the Headscarf, followed by All To Live For.

In both she includes tips and hints that she picked up along the way. The woman to woman tips that oncologists don't have time to talk about and probably haven't had the reason to know about.In this rich and witty talk, Yassmin explores the concept of unconscious bias.

She asks what her headscarf means to those she meets, to uncover our first impressions of others. Blending data, humor, and empathy, Yassmin reminds us that we can all take steps to counteract bias.