Art, Untitled

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WASIMA FARAH (Artist) is a 17-year old visual artist based in St. Paul, Minnesota, whose work varies from vibrant graphic design to illustrations.  She has created this artwork with the intention of communicating that “my pain is valid, my anger is valid and I will be heard.” The speech bubble is empty so that women can picture what they want to speak loudly about.

Instagram: @vvsima
Twitter: @vvsima

Eve

Listen, Dear:
Do not trust Anyone
Who doesn’t take your
Hand and say;

“Here! Look, it breaks me, too.

A Submission 23

I‘m here for women.
I’m here for the women.
I’m here for the women like me.

I’m here for the woman who is me.

Listen, Dear:
Do not trust Anyone
Who doesn’t take your
Hand and say;

“Here! Look, it breaks me, too.
Here! Look, I have scars, too.
Here! Look, I pray it away, too.
Here! Look, I cry to sleep, too.
Here! Look, I survive it. too.”

 


FARDOSA SULEIMAN (Photographer) is nineteen years old and from San Jose, California. She began taking photographs only one year ago.

Instagram: @fvrdosa
Twitter: @fvrdosa

ZAMZAM AHMED (Author) hails from Borama, and is a 25-year old university graduate with a degree in Business Administration. Zamzam is an aspiring writer/poetess who discovered her passion for writing in 2014 when she first came across a spoken word video on Facebook. Poetry became a canvas on which she expresses herself artistically. She hopes to become a well known poetess in the near future.

Instagram: @zxapoetry