My name is Sumaya Amiri. I’m a 24-years old dental student with Afghan roots raised in Denmark.
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.
Ahlaam Delange is an aspiring director, screenwriter, and animator connecting to their truth by contemplating the human experience and exploring empathy, adventure, discovery, and love in film and writing. In this feature, they share their video essay, Commencement and month-long storyboard.
Mohamed Eltayeb remembers and reflects on Kobe Bryant’s legacy a year after his untimely and tragic death in a raw, emotional written tribute.
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.
Moyana Olivia is a singer/songwriter from Minnesota who began recording original music at just fifteen.
For the past five years, Yemen has been suffering through war, famine, and disease. A group of 6 high school students set out to raise awareness and money for the suffering families, starving children, and lost homes.
With a US president who has made more than 20,000 false claims, it can be challenging to navigate fact from fiction. Thus, we have some quick advice on how to spot fake news, so you can stop yourself, your parents, friends, and coworkers from spreading it.
Throughout this year, the world has been bombarded by tragic events, yet when tragedy occurs, we have to do better than tweet out “thoughts and prayers.”
Throughout the last few months, alongside denunciation of police brutality and racism, we’ve seen donation links, online petitions, tips for protesters, and mental health resources increase and spread over several social media platforms.
“I hate how the whole world judges our skin. I don’t really get why they think of us less, Floyd didn’t deserve to get tortured.” Omnia hopes and prays George Floyd’s family gets the justice he deserves and believes that his killing can shed light on the injustices happening around the world.
Amanda shares her collage, “The Evil Hand.” Although she isn’t an artist yet, she uses her skills to create pieces that many can relate to or become more informed. This particular collage reflects the experiences black people have been put through.
Directed and created by Tasnim Mutwakil. This video looks back at the massacre that took place at the military headquarters in Khartoum, Sudan, on June 3rd, 2019. This video is intended to serve as a reminder of how far the revolution has come and to consequentially commit us to the road ahead.
Demonstrations against racism and police brutality have taken over in 140 cities across the United States. From the nation’s captial to the coast in California. Police arrested about 4,100 people in U.S. cities over the weekend, according to the Associated Press, and several people have died nationwide in the protests.
Mohieldin is a professional photographer who decided to use his skills to showcase the protests going on in the city of Denver. He attended one of the peaceful protests on the first night they were staged.