The family of the deceased poet Mohamed Toubi recently donated the cultural legacy of the deceased to the Archives of Morocco.
A press release from the beneficiary institution specifies that this donation, made up, among other things, of collections, a documentary film, soundtracks, calligraphy or even correspondence with writers and poets, is a “way of enriching the collective memory. , primary vocation of the Archives of Morocco ”.
The collection offered was assembled at the initiative of researchers Alaâ Eddine Khiati and Said Boutabssil, it is pointed out.
Upon receipt of this donation, the Archives of Morocco expressed their thanks to the beneficiaries of the disappeared poet, assuring them that it is committed to preserving this cultural heritage and making it available to researchers and the general public.
Mohamed Toubi (1955-2004) is the author of numerous collections and other publications, among others, “Sayidat Atatriz Bilyacout” (The sapphire embroiderer) and “Ayqonatou Achiir Al Arabi” (The icon of Arab poetry).