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I am, as my friends have said, ethnically ambiguous.
I couldn’t even begin to count the number of times I’d been asked some variation of: “What ethnicity are you?” There was the kid at the summer camp where I worked who asked me, “Are you black, or white, or both?” The RA in my freshmen dorm who anxiously pulled me aside one day and said, “I hope this doesn’t offend you, but it’s been driving me crazy and I just have to ask. 532 more words
Originally, years and years ago, all I wanted to do was write books. My design changed one day in the mid-1990s when I realized the extent of stereotyping that exists in the West regarding the Middle East in general and the women of that region in particular. 537 more words
New Arrivals and EAL iPad Program – Lesson 3: Maths and MineCraft (now in English, Chaldean and Arabic!)
In this lesson I joined the students and Stafro (Grade 5 student from Iraq) took charge!
He introduced MineCraft to the class and how to use it… 41 more words
BAGHDAD, Iraq – Iraqi priest Father Basel Yaldo sought refuge in the U.S. after being kidnapped and beaten by extremists in his native country. Now he’s returning to the country of his birth as a bishop in order to “give people hope and to keep their faith alive.” 316 more words
IRAQ — Chaldean Catholic bishops have united to help their persecuted flock in the Middle East, promising to continue taking care of families persecuted by militants. 152 more words