Sarah Aziza is an Arab-American writer, graduate student and activist based in NYC. She has previously worked among refugee populations in North Africa, Jordan and the West Bank. Her areas of focus include immigration, human rights, international politics, feminism and mental health. She is a lover of the story-less-told. Find her on Twitter @SarahAziza1 or http://www.sarahaziza.com.
As Trump Advances a Retrograde Economic Vision, These Worker Cooperatives Chart a Different Course
This article was first published on Waging Nonviolence. Announcing his presidency in 2016, Donald Trump promised the nation that he’d become “the greatest job president God ever created.” His... MORE
Working · February 2, 2018
The Upcoming May Day Strike Could Be the Biggest In Over a Decade. Organizers Explain Why.
This article was first posted by Waging Nonviolence. When 26-year-old Catalina Adorno hit the road on March 28, she knew it would be at least six weeks before she’d sleep again in... MORE
Working · April 19, 2017