Stephanie Saldaña is working with refugees to collect and protect intangible cultural heritage in the Middle East through research, storytelling, and education.

 

She weaves their stories into her upcoming book, Anwar’s Clementine: What Refugees Can Teach Us About Hope, Compassion, and Our Common Humanity, which is the product of her two-year API research fellowship.

 

Visit her website at Mosaic Stories, or follow on Facebook for the latest updates.

Stephanie’s writings have also appeared on the New York Times and NPR. She is writing a book inspired by her journeys.