POEM: Abeir Soukieh describes the unbalanced negotiation of minority identity.
POEM: Abeir Soukieh describes the nostalgic potency of music shared across generations.
POEM: Abeir Soukieh explores the silencing of minority voices with misplaced advocacy.
REFLECTION AND POEM: Abeir Soukieh reflects on names, and on how much it can mean when people make an effort to pronounce them correctly.
THOUGHT PIECE: Abeir Soukieh discusses the distorted physical standards imposed on Arab women in North American film.
THOUGHT PIECE: Abeir Soukieh discusses the hypocrisies and double-standards encountered by minorities living across cultures.
POEM: Abeir Soukieh brings us a poem of youth and difference and survival, and her little cousin Rim.
REFLECTION / POEM: Abeir Soukieh describes the way a set of postcards from Lebanon helped her to piece together some elements of her identity.
POEM: Abeir Soukieh offers up a spectacular feast of language, exploring the culinary landscape of her ancestral lands.
THOUGHT PIECE: Abeir Soukieh tells of eyebrows scorned and meddled with, and of the solace found in Turkish drama.