Arts & Culture
Salam Of Mind
Harassment is Crime
We sat with our Tunisian friend, Wael Frikha to discuss the political situation in Tunisia that has been taking place over the last few months.
“Social media is showing a true story of what is happening here, we need to keep sharing." – A Palestinian voice
“Sarah’s death proves that when you become a refugee or asylum seeker in a different country, it does not mean that you remove the trauma.”
The port explosion on August 4, 2020 caused serious destruction in Beirut leaving many people injured & dead. Please donate to the Lebanese Red Cross.
As we wrote the words "Ahlam Screams" and "صرخات احلام" on masks to hand out at the protest in Amman yesterday, we were struck by the weight of these words.
It is surprising to learn of the continuing territorial dispute of Nagorno Karabakh since there is little discussion in the international community about this conflict.
Thousands of Americans are taking to the streets in their cities and capitals to protest racial injustice and police brutality after the killing of George Floyd.
Anti-black sentiment is widespread across the globe, even here in Jordan, and it is extremely important that we all have open conversations about racial inequity.
Women in Turkey are outraged after the brutal murder of a 27-year-old university student, Pinar Gültekin, by her ex-boyfriend just over a week ago in Muğla.
George Floyd was killed on Monday, May 25th on Lake Street. A video went viral of a police officer crushing Floyd’s neck, stating “I can’t breathe”.
It is important to recognize that refugee women play an important role in combating COVID-19 within their communities.
Sarah Hijazi, an LGBTQ activist, was arrested for ‘homosexuality and sexual deviation’ in 2017 after waving the Pride Flag at an Egyptian concert.
“Imagine you live with no electricity where the weather is extremely hot. Imagine hospitals’ medical equipment does not function properly during COVID. This is the case in Lebanon.”