humans of new york
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."
SO. DAMN. CUTE. UGH.
It perfectly sums up why talking about the condition is so important.
And the comments section is a delightful surprise 💕
Do not believe three decades of character assassination directed at the Democratic candidate. Do not believe eighteen months
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.