The stage was set with draped fabric; the room filled with flower petals, laughter, and a lot of white girls
Join our panel discussion Tuesday, October 27th at 12:15pm at the State University of New York at Purchase in Humanities 2047, featuring… Nadia
Every time I perform Burq Off!, I get hurt.
My story is basically the same story as Nadia’s just in a different colour.
I received this story from a brave young woman.
This post was originally published on BrownGirlMagazine.com. “Fifty Shades of Grey” was supposed to be the hottest movie of the
‘Halal in the Family’ is unlike anything else out there.
by anonymous The story starts some 130 years ago in Istanbul, during the last golden days of The Ottoman Empire.
Recently, Joya Dass, TV anchor, filmmaker, and founder of LadyDrinks shared her story with us.
A Lecture and Performance that Brings Dialogue to Life With news headlines frequently broadcasting stories that reinforce pejorative thought patterns
A Memoir Writing Workshop Using Character and Improvisation Our stories unfold as we live them.
Nadia performed an excerpt from her solo show and facilitated a conversation about the moral courage necessary to create our
I’m a big fan of Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In, and everything the #LeanInTogether campaign is doing!
A two day interdisciplinary literary festival featuring screenwriters, memoirists and journalists who challenge the boundaries and contexts of the written
A screening of “The Great Indian Marriage Bazaar” with creator and producer Ruchika Muchala.
We just wrapped a wonderful week in Toronto, and I’m so happy to have met such wonderful people there.
Nadia performed a segment of her acclaimed solo show and engaged the audience in a lively discussion of how we
Nadia presented on a panel titled Osmosis Navigating Private & Public Spaces.