Thursday, January 24, 2019

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Blogs

BLOG: Protests Are All The Rage!

I am one of the millions of Americans marching in pink Pussyhats holding clever posters. With our Starbucks in one hand and our sign-sticks in the other, we admire each other’s slogans and talk...

BLOG: Former Director of Islamic Culture Group in Iran to speak at Fairview Library...

Abdolkarim Soroush, former director of the Islamic Culture Group, a group responsible for the purging of students and academics during Iran’s Cultural Revolution, is scheduled to speak at Fairview Mall Library, a publicly funded...

BLOG: Iran Ready for Real Democratic Change

This year we’ve seen some of the most widespread protests to take place in Iran during the last four decades. While this is not the first time Iran has seen large protests in its...

BLOG: A Precarious Balance: Gio Ponti’s Villa Namazee after 1979

The Villa Namazee in Tehran by the famed Italian Modernist Architect Gio Ponti is one of only three villas that he designed in the world, and one of only two of his buildings in...

BLOG: I Saw Heroes Not on the Field, but in the Stands

For whatever the reason, Americans haven’t really taken to professional soccer (aka football).  As a recovering soccer mom, I have no credible explanation for this. Be that as it may, Americans do love sports...

BLOG: Water Disputes: Iran and Afghanistan

Recent climate change, arguably caused by excessive dependence on oil, has coincided with world-wide drought, and, in turn, water shortages. Growing water scarcity is the biggest problem of the twenty-first century. It is a...

BLOG: A Conversation that Changed My Life

Reza’s story had to be told, not only for Iranians, but for the millions of Americans who are just like me--who hit the baseball, but ran to third base. For whom, Iran has been...

BLOG: Marginalizing Minorities in Iran

Iran’s religious minorities are already treated like second-class citizens, but observers of the situation anticipate that a new vote could further erode their standing. Iran is a diverse nation and a multi-faceted civilization that stretches...