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A Kurdish Tale: Pens, Cameras and Guns

If you run into Ava Homa on the street, you would notice her. She has a cheerful disposition and comely face. If you were craving a cup of coffee, you would wish she were your barista or even better, you had a chance to engage her in a tête-à-tête. But it would be presumptuous of you… Continue reading

The Kurdish Question: Ethnicity, Identity and Integration Symposium

Kani Xulam

KaniA native of Kurdistan, Kani Xulam is a commentator on the history and politics of Kurdistan, and advocates for the right of the Kurdish people to self-determination.

He is the director of the American Kurdish Information Network.

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