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Hasna Ghalib

Neutral Zone
Hasna Ghalib is a poet, activist and peer-to-peer educator. She currently attends Pioneer High School and is a member of their Black Student Union. Hasna was born in Baghdad, Iraq and moved to the United States as a refugee in 2008. She is one of the most outspoken and committed youth leaders at the Neutral Zone, working to address racism, Islamophobia, xenophobia and rape culture through her participation in S.A.R.E. (Safe sex And Rape culture Education,) S.E.E.D. (Students Educating Each other about Diversity) and the VOLUME Youth Poetry Project. Her poetic debut was this year’s Poetry Night in Ann Arbor production. She made the 2018 Louder Than A Bomb Ann Arbor slam team and will be traveling to Detroit in May to compete with teens from all over the region. She will also be opening for world-renowned poet Mojha Khaf at Rackham on March 23rd, and looks forward to releasing her first book. Hasna’s work is reflective of her experience as an Arab woman and American citizen, and a refugee. Hasna’s hobbies incl
Hasna Ghalib is a poet, activist and peer-to-peer educator. She currently attends Pioneer High School and is a member of their Black Student Union. Hasna was born in Baghdad, Iraq and moved to the United States as a refugee in 2008. She is one of the most outspoken and committed youth leaders at the Neutral Zone, working to address racism, Islamophobia, xenophobia and rape culture through her participation in S.A.R.E. (Safe sex And Rape culture Education,) S.E.E.D. (Students Educating Each other about Diversity) and the VOLUME Youth Poetry Project. Her poetic debut was this year's Poetry Night in Ann Arbor production. She made the 2018 Louder Than A Bomb Ann Arbor slam team and will be traveling to Detroit in May to compete with teens from all over the region. She will also be opening for world-renowned poet Mojha Khaf at Rackham on March 23rd, and looks forward to releasing her first book. Hasna's work is reflective of her experience as an Arab woman and American citizen, and a refugee. Hasna's hobbies include writing poetry and being a good daughter.