Karima El-Hamraoui and Abir. Lucy Gellman Photos. Abir was performing alchemy in The Hill. Her hands fluttered over a pile of red and white onion, fine salt and flaked sumac coating the slices. She spoke in quiet tones as she worked, recounting bits of information about her children. A family of sunflowers bobbed deferentially in the background.
Lucy Gellman Photos.
Omar Rajeh, who owns and runs Mediterranea restaurant on Orange Street, immigrated from Syria in 1989. He called President Donald Trump’s most recent travel ban “a disaster” when asked his thoughts on it.
Fatima Rojas' portrait of her daughter on a family hike. "It represents the life, the struggle, the maternity of some of us," she said of the exhibition. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Nour Alzouabi gets ready to hit the pavement. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Hewad Hemat, an Afghani who came to the U.S. with his family in 2014, on a Special Immigrant Visa. Lucy Gellman Photo.
Krikko, at his workspace. Ali Oshinskie Photo.