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A Decade After Katrina: What We Lost/What Remains

I’m not a big Hurricane Katrina remembrance person. Like a lot of people from the places affected by the storm, I usually unplug from social media on the days leading up to August 29th. It’s not that I want to … Continue reading

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Written on the Body – By Anna Badkhen | Foreign Policy

JALALABAD, Afghanistan — In the middle of a war zone I fall asleep holding hands with a little girl. Her name is Kamrana. She is 10 years old. Around us, a half-dozen women and children rest on a mosaic of … Continue reading

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