nashwa lina khan
nashwa lina khan (she/her) is a community educator, facilitator, and researcher. She is also a writer and poet and occasionally dabbles in installation and archive that uses narrative methodologies. She holds a Masters of Environmental Studies from York University with areas of concentration focused on narrative methodologies, community and public health, refugee, and forced migration studies. She is currently a PhD student in the faculty of Environment and Urban Change and curating/supporting the On Display/For Review artist residency at Whippersnapper. nashwa is currently working on a chapbook project, with the BIPOC advisory committee at telefilm Canada and a researcher with Proclaiming Our Roots, the University of Alberta and Rainbow Faith and Freedom. you can find her cultural commentary on the podcast Habibti Please and on twitter where you can find her tweeting too little or too much.