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.
Her passion for storytelling turned into a full-time career as a journalism practitioner and educator. But it doesn’t stop there.
Sudanese American twins, Asim and Omer Elrayah, launched their apparel company called Elrayah back in 2018. The brand was designed to provide fashionable clothing that establishes solidarity and awareness for the voiceless and underrepresented countries.
My name is Connor. I am a visual artist. The mediums I use to channel my creativity are photography, videography, graphic design, VFX, and 3D. Although these mediums seem ultra-modern, my upbringing was actually pretty alternative and nature-centric.
Complex doesn’t even begin to describe the man named Tony Ri’Chard. Born in Houston, raised in Broussard, and eventually landing in Lafayette, Louisiana; the 27-year-old painter/rapper is poised to change his community, and himself, with his art
I’ve been in art professionally for three years now, I always had a thing for art, but I was never confident enough.I work with many mediums; I create paintings, sketches, face arts, wall arts, paint sculptures, and work as a digital illustrator.
Alaa Beshir and Reham Bela started a book club so that they can achieve a safe zone where Sudanese readers could relate to other readers as well as dedicate the book club to all genres allowing them to widen the member’s horizons.
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