By Shahzeb Ahmed He defends Donald Trump in English and Urdu, Pakistan’s national language. “At least the man says what he thinks; at least he’s not merely echoing those that pay him to do so,” says Talat Rashid, his hands gently resting on a small table in one of the trendier restaurants in Chicago’s Chinatown.
By Maryam Saleh His memories of his father behind bars for pro-democracy work in Pakistan planted the seed. The first English phrase he remembers learning is habeas corpus, a legal term rooted in Latin. When his father was filing petitions to challenge his imprisonment, he couldn’t pronounce the word. Now, he laughs, he still struggles […]