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Calling on America
The significance of finding a home in diaspora
January 26, 2007

Anti-semitic regime -- not people
Making the distinction
February 1, 2006

Common good
Instilling universal principles of behaior
January 19, 2006

Crash & burn
A film that leaves plenty of bold questions about race
Faye Farhang

Creating to provoke
December 31, 2005

The human angle
Rethinking your position on gays and lesbians
December 10, 2004

What would Rumi say?
Persian in the post-911 world
September 28, 2004

How about just doing your job?
Ebadi failed us, and most importantly she has failed herself and her efforts of a lifetime
August 4, 2004

Placing blame where it counts
Palestinians need a wake up call
July 13, 2004

Turning the tide
The solution is to embrace those who are passionate about change at the core
June 15, 2004

Rock the vote with Ameri
Being Persian-American is more than enough
April 9, 2004

Divided we stand
Individual success but group failure?
February 11, 2004

Faye Fereshteh Farhang is a guest contributor from Seattle, Washington. She holds a B.S. & B.A. from the University of Washington. Presently she is a Juris Doctorate Candidate on leave and works as a Legal Researcher/Paralegal on Class Action law suits. Her passion lies in the arts, in particular charcoal and oil mediums. Visit her website


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