https://media.thenationaldigest.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/27114817/SonaVanPoet-400x400-1.gif 400 400 Moumita Basuroychowdhury https://media.thenationaldigest.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/23173823/The-National-Digest-785x60-1.png Moumita Basuroychowdhury2023-04-27 16:30:252023-05-01 11:04:06Poetry As a New Religion | Sona Van
Poetry As a New Religion | Sona Van
The intersection between poetry and activism has become even more prominent in recent years, as poets worldwide use their work to amplify marginalized voices and challenge oppressive systems. In the face of political turbulence and historical trauma, Armenian-American poet Sona Van has used her words and her voice to bring attention to the Armenian Genocide, the ongoing conflict in Artsakh, and the struggle for recognition and justice.
Moumita Basuroychowdhury is a Contributing Reporter at The National Digest. After earning an economics degree at Cornell University, she moved to NYC to pursue her MFA in creative writing. She enjoys reporting on science, business and culture news. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.