In his new memoir, Being Kurdish in a Hostile World, Ayub Nuri details how he grew up in Halabja during the 1980s Iran-Iraq War, learned English by listening to the BBC on ham radio, and became a journalist and foreign correspondent himself. Released last week, his book is already getting major coverage on The Current, PRI, and more. Check it out!
Originally from St. Lazare, Manitoba, Norman Fleury is a gifted storyteller and teacher. Dedicated to the conservation and promotion of the Michif language, he has contributed to dozens of language resources. ...
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On the train to Oxford!
Lynn Gehl challenges readers to embrace Indigenous ways of understanding.