Added on 13/02/2011
The View From Fez
Casablanca , Morocco , Vanessa Bonnin , Women in the workplace
VANESSA BONNIN, THE VIEW FROM FEZ: Lamiae took a different route, becoming the first woman in Fez, and the second in Morocco, to drive a taxi.
Added on 24/11/2010
James M. Dorsey
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JAMES M. DORSEY: As dark as that moment was for Casablancan rockers, the trial was a turning point setting Morocco on a path to becoming one of the Arab world’s more liberal societies when it comes to alternative lifestyles.