What is Tsuru?

What is Tsuru?

What is “tsuru”? TSURU means crane in Japanese, and symbolizes peace, compassion, hope and healing. In the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding (origami), it is a popular, easy-to-learn figure that children and adults of all abilities can create.

Who is Taran taroub?

Taroub is from a Circassian family, her father Jordanian and her mother Syrian-Turkish. She started her career as part of the choir of Radio Damascus during the 1950s, then moved to Lebanon in 1956, where she was hired to work at national Lebanese radio.

What is Tsuru for solidarity?

Tsuru for Solidarity is a nonviolent, direct action project of Japanese American social justice advocates working to end detention sites and support front-line immigrant and refugee communities that are being targeted by racist, inhumane immigration policies.

Who is Yassar taroub?

Taroub also wrote melodies for the Lebanese singer Jacqueline, along with her own sister Mayada, who had a small but interesting career during the 1960s, singing pop with a rock and roll twist. ‘I was the only female artist from my generation that composed music – they never mentioned this’


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