Homesickness in the post pandemic era

Menna Soliman is an Egyptian filmmaker and a current student at Northwestern University in Qatar. She has won an award for best photography during Northwestern’s Summer Program in 2016. She has worked as Teacher Assistant for Professor Rana Kazkaz at Northwestern. She has developed two scripts which are Black Dog and Prisoner M9. Prisoner M9 isin the process of development. Prisoner M9 was recently nominated for Media and Research Award for a best creative piece. She worked in two studio 20Q films, as a Production Assistant in Woh Ghungroo Wali Larkiand as a pre-production Assistant in Ibn-Ballad. She is currently working as an intern writer at the Buttonwood Tree. She lives in Qatar with her parents and sister.

Resist to exist: resources for taking a stand for Palestine

In solidarity with Palestine for the fight for liberation, we have compiled several resources from several trusted institutions so that you can be informed on issues affecting Palestinians and educate and organize within your community to support Palestinian rights. The fight for Palestine is interconnected with the fight against militarized policing, settler colonialism, and ethnic cleansing. As a global media platform, it is our responsibility to elevate and amplify the voice of the voiceless. If you have any suggestions for any additional resources, please contact us at 2020visiondigital@gmail.com

it’s okay to not be okay; digital mental health toolkits

 It’s okay not to be okay. As we surpass the one-year marker for the beginning of the pandemic, it might feel that the tunnel of the pandemic seems eternal. Or that the economic hardships and global political unrest will continue to weigh over our shoulders continuously. Or it could be that you don’t understand why you’re feeling the way you are feeling. Whatever the trials and tribulations you may be feeling, it’s important to know that you are not alone and that it is okay not to be okay. 

Your Vote Matters

The clock is ticking, with less than 30 days to the 2020 presidential election, your vote matters more than ever. This year has been everything but normal, and so has this year’s US election. It can be confusing understanding the voting process with headlines of voter fraud and the fact that we are voting in a pandemic. Yet, here are simple steps to better understand the voting process, so you can answer the questions of your friends and family.