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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

The Lost Middle

There is a famous Arabic saying that basically means the best of things lies in the middle. It makes sense, right? The middle is where you find moderation, compromise, and solutions that satisfy all parties to some