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Souâd Belhaddad

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Souâd Belhaddad

Souâd Belhaddad was born in Algeria and grew up in France.  A journalist, she received the prestigious prize of the Association des Femmes Journalistes (Association of Women Journalists) in 1994.  She has written extensively about memory and national identity, including her texts Entre-deux Je (2001), and Algérie: Le Prix de l'oubli (2005)With Esther Mujawayo, she has published SurVivantes (2004) and La Fleur de Stéphanie (2006).  Belhaddad is also the author and actor in a comedic one-woman show, Fatchima a des choses à vous djire.

Articles by Souâd Belhaddad

A Coward’s Repentance
By Esther Mujawayo & Souâd Belhaddad
He had been watching me for a while, but I hadn't noticed him. I was busy chatting with my cousin Astrida on the doorstep of her store in the center of the capital. In Kigali, to greet an…
Translated from French by Elizabeth Applegate
The Boy in the Cave
By Esther Mujawayo
Each and every person’s eyes all shine in the sky. The sea under the sky is limpid through and through. It seems the crying of countless newborn babes can be heard emerging from the sea 230 feet…
Translated from Korean by Michaella Rugwizangoga & Souâd Belhaddad