Tag Archive for: Somalia

Naima Dhore: Cultivating Food Sovereignty

Unlike many white counterparts, farmers of color usually cannot expect to inherit land ownership or receive capital from a family member.

Qorsho Hassan: 2020 Minnesota State Teacher of the Year

My hope is that more educators and educational leaders realize how white supremacy is embedded in our educational system and how to best support students of color with these barriers, including advocating for the retention of teachers of color.

Strong Women

We asked women to talk about a strong woman who inspired them

Persistence, patience and prayers

"I have good business now and God has given me so much. I want to share my blessings and give to others. I want to help people who suffer, especially the children."

Global thinking, local results: Somali native, Fatuma Elmi, gives refugees a helping hand

Fatuma Elmi in Geneva's Palais des Nations during December's…

Crop tenders

"They [immigrants] are key to our workforce. ...They work hard. They are well-liked workers and often they have family generations on the same farm."

Accidental American

"I didn't know what asylum meant, but I felt it had to be better than war."

Tag Archive for: Somalia