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A Few of My Favorites

My experience as a writer has allowed me to consistently produce well-written, fact-supported, interesting copy. My breadth of articles shows my proficiency in a variety of subjects and is a testament to my ability to quickly learn new topics. Have a look at some of my favorite articles below and let me know what you think.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month Reminds Us To Take Care Of Our Health

This article discusses women's health and the societal stigmas surrounding it. Written in October 2018 in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month,

Where is Gun Control for Black Children?

Written for Kamsi Magazine, this article discusses gun culture and its impact on inner city youth, specifically Black children.

Put Some Respect On My 'Nontraditonal' Name And Pronounce It Correctly

With a name like Hanifah, I am no stranger to the mispronunciation of my name. In this article for The Odyssey, I give readers insight into my experiences and how my name relates to my identity. This article encourages readers to be considerate of other cultures and languages.

SU awarded DOJ Office of Women Against Violence Grant

Susquehanna University was awarded a grant by the U.S. Department of Justice, making strides in victim services and education about assault. In this article, I go into depth about the grant's role on campus and how it relates to the nationwide epidemic of assault.

Introducing Up and Coming Model to Watch, Wokie Zaria

This article is a feature on Wokie Zaria, an aspiring model. Featured in Benefit Cosmetic's all-shade inclusive line, as well as Kendrick Lamar's All the Stars music video, she is making a name for herself in the industry.
Written for Kamsi Magazine, this feature article gives readers a glimpse into her journey and hopes for the future.

Walking Past the Picket Line

Written for Honey & Lime Lit, this creative non-fiction piece discusses reproductive rights.

The Truth About Girl Code

Written for The Girls Room NYC, this article discusses girl code, the importance of friendship, and its role in women's empowerment.