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Portraits Of Eid: Ancient Traditions In A New Community

Photographer Eslah Attar documented her first Eid away from her family in Ohio as a way to celebrate her new community, in Washington, D.C.

It's a quarter past 2 a.m. My siblings and I are standing in an assembly line in the sunroom of our Ohio home, preparing falafel sandwiches. I'm in charge of the final stage: wrapping each one in aluminum foil, then cutting it into

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