Bio: Nadia is a writer and editor whose work focuses on diversity, representation, and social issues. A graduate of the political science master's program at the University of Toronto, her interests lie in the intersection of public policy and social attitudes around immigration and related issues. Her academic work has been published in Anthropology of the Middle East, and her journalism in The Tempest, The Riveter, and Desert Companion, among others.
Donald Trump selected a clear partisan as his pick to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy who announced his resignation at the end of the Supreme Court’s term. Federal appeals court judge […]Read More
Like many Americans, I have always envisioned America as a country of plenty, a country of opportunity. In such a country, there is no reason for anyone to go hungry. […]Read More
This piece originally published in the Las Vegas Sun. Every election year, the posters and signs go up announcing new candidates vying for political office. Every year, volunteers set out […]Read More
In some ways, it was harder for me to believe that Barack Obama would get reelected than it was to believe that he was elected the first time. Surely, four […]Read More
Don’t know what the county assessor does? Here’s a primer for the little known elected positions in Nevada.
As voters in a democratic country, it is crucial that we make educated decisions about who we put in office and the ballot measures we pass. Researching names is straightforward […]Read More
With so much depressing news filling my news feed, I’ve found a glimmer of hope talking to Democratic candidates in the primary elections here in Nevada. As in the rest […]Read More
Education, environment, and everything in between: Democratic Gubernatorial candidates talk politics in 2018
Nevada’s primary elections are four short weeks away, and this year sees two Democratic candidates stepping up to the plate. Steve Sisolak, a local businessman and Clark County Commission chairman, […]Read More
The piece was published originally in the Reno Gazette Journal. Living in the desert, water is always on our minds – how to stay hydrated, how to manage it and […]Read More
Yvanna Cancela talks about her run for State Senate By Nadia Eldemerdash In some ways, it was serendipity that brought 30-year-old Yvanna Cancela to the Nevada State Senate in 2016. […]Read More