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Former refugees Ramin Haghjoo and Nima Nia reflect on love and fear in the Age of Trump.
"If I cry looking at the pictures and stories, then I know not to watch this in public."
It perfectly sums up why talking about the condition is so important.
And the comments section is a delightful surprise 💕
Here’s why her Humans Of New York interview resonated so deeply.
"I had to learn as a young woman to control my emotions. And that’s a hard path to walk."
Nadia Lopez shares her insight into successfully running a school.
“It took five years for me to realize that consent is not a coin flip.”