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Meen Homa: Tackling Egypt's Stereotypical Society

A gorgeous visual campaign has already stirred debate across Egypt as it attempts to smash stereotypes and force people to think.

Through a striking art campaign Meen Homma (Who Are They) two young graphic designers, Nourhan Moez and Ghada Wali, have been creating illustrations that tackle major stereotypes that plague Egyptian society with the slogan “think, accept, change.” Even if some are adamant and stand by such stereotypes, the ladies have achieved a large part of their goal by stirring debate they have caused individuals to at least think about such detrimental stereotypes that create a judgmental society that bullies individuals to conform. Check out some of our favourite pieces here:

 Check out all the images here.


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