Work

The Languages that Made Me A Writer:

A Somali-American Writer’s Experience with Multilingualism and Poetry  By Sahra Ali sahraaliwrites@gmail.com Edited by Kayla Byrd & Seyeon Hwang Published on Nina 30 November 2020 Sahra Ali is A nomadic freelance writer and a Diversity and Equity

Building Cultural Bridges Through Art:

An Experience of a Syrian Engineer and Visual Artist in America By Dima Kroma info@dimakroma.com Dima is a Syrian-German informatics engineer, web designer and developer, a wife and mother of two, living in Jacksonville, Florida. As a

Thought for our times, the year 2020

By Neda Dorudi: These are strange and troubling times, the unimaginable has brought our world to a temporary freeze, the spread of a virus, is creating a picture we didn’t expect and find alien, but the milk

Forget the Donations, Stupid”: New dynamics in funding the reconstruction of Iraq

By AHMED TABAQCHALI This article was originally published in the Marsh to Mountain blog SUMMARY In the months following the Kuwait Conference a sea change has taken place in Iraq’s financial health that has yet to be reflected