Culture

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

“Iraqi women way beyond their male counterparts,” says author of Upbeat, The Story of The National Youth Orchestra of Iraq.

Upbeat is a story of the creation of the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq. The project, led by renowned Scottish conductor Paul MacAlindin, was spurred by an advert placed in the Glasgow Herald by a young Iraqi

Remembering Nazik Al-Malaika: poet, literary critic and feminist (1923 – 2007)

Ishtar’s Songs, a 2011 anthology of modern Iraqi poetry, contains a number of photographs of a then recent poetry reading that took place in Baghdad on the banks of the Tigris river. The venue is a church