Naima Shalhoub


Naima Shalhoub is a vocalist, musician, composer and educator. With an MA in Postcolonial Anthropology and background as an organizer, Shalhoub performs and speaks in concert venues, conferences, teaches in schools and universities, facilitates music sessions in prisons, and is an experienced Restorative Justice practitioner and trainer with a transformative justice lens. She released her debut album “Live in San Francisco County Jail” in 2015 and recently released her first studio record “Siphr.” Naima has been featured in AJ+, Jadaliyya, Electronic Intifada, Al Quds al Arabi, Al Akhbar, San Francisco Chronicle and others.

Areas of Expertise: Music; singing; performing arts; restorative/transformative justice; centering Palestine in movements to end mass incarceration and abolition; solidarity and collective liberation; social movements and music/art; remembrance as a decolonial practice.

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