The Plight of the Modern Arab-American

Like many Americans in their 30’s, I vividly remember September 11, 2001. While the overarching narrative in hindsight has been one of a tragedy and a nation unifying itself to overcome this tragedy, my lens has seen something different. As an Arab American that lived in New York at the time, I have seen the positive side of us as a society with togetherness but have also witnessed firsthand the discrimination and…

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Omar Zahran

Omar Zahran

Freelance technology, basketball, and lifestyle writer. Lover of all things with a screen. Newsletter: hexagon.substack.com