Empowerment from Within for Pakistani Women In a society deeply rooted in misogyny and patriarchy, it is controversial for women to retrieve their basic rights. There is great deal of societal norms which impede women’s rights and make it difficult to attain empowerment from external institutions including society, government, andRead More →

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Unapologetically Black, Muslim and Female Opportunity.  Oxford Dictionary defines this as word dually as a time or set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something and a chance for employment or promotion.  It’s funny that an Anglicized embodies a global concept, even more ironic that the concept ofRead More →

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The Return Of The Silk Road – 21st Century Style The original silk road, spanning back to the the Han Dynasty, oversaw immense change to the way the world traded. The expansion occurred through China, Japan, Persia, Europe, and Africa. These nations hold 2/3rd’s of the world’s population currently. Now,Read More →

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The Danger of a ‘Global Language With over 350 million people speaking English across the world as a first language and over 430 million speaking it as their second language, many people consider this to no longer be a language of Great Britain but rather one of the world. ThereRead More →

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Something Borrowed, Something Blue She limped to the stage to sit next to her decorated man, the man she married yestereve. I naively asked my aunt the reason behind her affluent cousin’s daughter’s limp as we watched the third day marriage ceremony video. The bride walked just fine a dayRead More →

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