Fatemeh Hosseinzadeh

Fatemeh Hosseinzadeh

Fatemeh is an Iranian-Mexican freelance journalist and a human rights advocate. She is also an English language and literature teacher with experience working in schools, companies and other institutions. Her passion for arts, literature, and social justice have driven her to write about individuals and groups who receive less representation on the media, such as women in the Middle East. Aside from her academic publications, her writing has appeared in livinglifefearless, radiofarda, radiozamaneh and other outlets. She has lived in Iran, Mexico, Germany and Norway.

Most Recent Works

This Is What Travel Privilege Really Looks Like

This Is What Travel Privilege Really Looks Like

Nick is a White man with an American passport and Global Entry status. Fatemeh is originally from Iran but now lives in Mexico City, where she has dual citizenship. How different can travel be for Nick and Fatemeh? The answer is: very different.
This Is What Travel Privilege Really Looks Like

This Is What Travel Privilege Really Looks Like

Nick is a White man with an American passport and Global Entry status. Fatemeh is originally from Iran but now lives in Mexico City, where she has dual citizenship. How different can travel be for Nick and Fatemeh? The answer is: very different.