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Depression

A poem by Fatima Raza for Girls’ Globe.

Not Today

A poem by Fatima Raza for Girls’ Globe.

She Chose to Walk Away – #YoungWomenSay

This blog post was originally published by The Torchlight Collective and Say It Forward as part of the #YoungWomenSay campaign. Being born into a Pakistani family, it’s not easy to stop listening to what people are saying about you: about the way you dress, you walk, you talk, or you smile. I

An Ode to HER

A poem by Fatima Raza for Girls’ Globe.

An Ode to the Midwives in My Life

To the midwife who brought my first baby to the world. Despite the doctor’s miscommunication, she guided the lioness in me through nature’s vulnerability the miracle of life brought to me through her hands. To the midwife in my family, my mentor, my friend. In

I Will Write Every Day

A member of Free Women Writers, Zahra is a sophomore in high school who loves writing and poetry.

A Local Individual

A member of Free Women Writers, Zahra is a sophomore in high school who loves writing and poetry. Zahra cares deeply about girls’ education and empowerment.

Always a Survivor

This powerful poem is written by Zahra Wakilzada – a sophomore in high school, an aspiring writer and poet, and a member of Free Women Writers.

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