Tag Archives: youth

What is occupation, anyway?

I just got back from a rather intense work trip abroad, and this weekend I started tackling all the hundreds, nay thousands, of blogs that I had queued up to read but not yet opened. I knew this whole “occupy” … Continue reading

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well-placed gratitude

A few years ago, I wrote some little fictional blurbs trying to explore the reality of life as a refugee, specifically an Iraqi in Syria at the height of the crisis. In this one, a teenage boy who fled Iraq … Continue reading

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The subversion of coffee shops

(for the record, I took photos to go with this post, but when I got home they were not saved on my phone. What am I doing wrong?!) There’s a girl sitting across the table from me wearing headphones connected … Continue reading

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