Reem

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About me

Gender FEMALE
Industry Communications or Media
Occupation Freelance Journalist
Location Omdurman, Khartoum State, Sudan
Introduction I am a Sudanese journalist blogging for a better Sudan. When I started this blog in December 2006, I just wanted to write about Sudan and share my perspective. Then, I found out that I had an opinion and I continued blogging. I am a freelance journalist with an interest in human rights, development, politics and gender issues. I read, I write, I drink tea. ***I love the writings of Mai Ghossoub, Nawal Al-Saadawi and Eve Ensler. I want to write profiles like Gamal Nkrumah and non-fiction like Adam Hochschild
Interests Books, Gender studies, Journalism, Africa, Cake, Sociology, Writing, Human Rights, Food, Documentaries, Nature, Art, History, Theatre, Fashion, little cute colorful objects, collecting bookmarks, Civilizations, Photography
Favorite Movies The Notebook, Love and Basketball, Bridget Jones diary, A walk to remember, Diary of a mad black woman, Serendipity, Dirty Dancing 2, Flight plan, Hotel Rwanda, kuch kuch hota hai, Imarat Yacoubian, Black, The Road Home, Blood Diamond, It's Complicated, Julie and Julia
Favorite Music Floetry, Bob Marley, Katie Melua, Norah Jones, Aerosmith, Rasha, Igid al Jalad, Me'Shell Ndeogeocelleo, Sudanese band, Aerosmith, Angie Stone, Lauryn Hill, Brian McKnight, Dalida, The Six Roses, Coldplay, Incubus, Emmanuel Jal, Buddha Bar, Mary.J Blige, Ella Fitzgerald, India Arie, Fela Kuti, Faiyrouz, Pink Floyd, Sade, Amy Winehouse, Ray Charles, Sami Yusuf, Sonja Kandels, Ismaila Oussou, Tupac, Bulgarian music
Favorite Books My Feudal lord by Tehmina Durrani, The Color Purple by Alice Walker, Minaret and Coloured Lights by Leila Aboulela, Season of Migration to the North by Tayeb Salih, The Grass is Singing and Martha Quest by Doris Lessing, Paula by Isabel Allende, Another Country by James Baldwin, Leaving Beirut by Mai Ghoussoub, On Identity by Amin Maalouf, When Victims Become Killers by Mahmood Mamdani, The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath, The History of Love by Nicole Krauss, Lust in Translation by Pamela Druckerman, Traveling with Djins by Jamal Mahjoub, Chicago by Alaa Al -Aswany