Mimouna Association is a cultural non-profit association created in 2007 by young Muslim students willing to promote and preserve the Jewish-Moroccan heritage. The Association has since expanded its activities on a national level in order to engage in the education of Moroccan youth concerning the Moroccan Jewish heritage. This awareness can particularly be reached through the «Jewish-Moroccan heritage Days» and educational activities designed for high school and university students. The name «Mimouna» symbolizes a common heritage shared by all Moroccans. Traditionally celebrated at the end of Passover, Mimouna is a a Moroccan Jewish feast, during which Jewish families often invite their Muslim neighbors to join them and share food prepared by hosts and guests. One of the founding principles of the Association is to reclaim the cultural diversity of Morocco through its history. In a context where intolerance and extremism are rampant, Mimouna, as a patriotic citizen association, wishes to contribute to the preservation and strengthening of a plural Moroccan identity.