Aicha Ech Chenna, the Mother Teresa of Morocco

Single motherhood in Morocco is a major taboo in society in which single mothers are often shunned from their peers, their families, their friends…

Becoming a (Hijabi) Physician Associate

A physician associate (PA) — also known as a physician assistant in the USA – is a new kind of medically trained, generalist clinician,…

Collectif des Raciné.e.s: In the Name of Gender, Race, Religion & Sexual Orientation

COLLECTIVE (adj): A group of entities that share, or are motivated by, one common issue who work to achieve the same, or similar, objectives.…

La voz del Sáhara

Forget-Me-Not: Yasmine Marouf Araibi

College student & blogger Yasmine Marouf Araibi has taken her writing to another level, with the publishing of her very first book. At 21…

Neïla Czermak: Tunisia’s Rising Star

Meet Neïla Czermak. Born in Bondy, a Parisian suburb, to a Tunisian mother and a Polish-Jewish father, the now Marseille-based emerging artist has captivated…

The Shining Spot: Highlighters of Talent

Sabrina Mahieddine is no stranger to fashion. An NYU Business Management graduate, she has worked in the fashion world for over four years. She…

Rou7na Feekoum: The Legacy of North African Women in Music

Music is a fundamental component of every culture worldwide, in all four corners of the world.  Historically, women have always been at the forefront,…

Lettre à ma soeur

She Spoke The Unspeakable: Nawal El Saadawi