This week marks 20 years since the U.S. invasion of Iraq, and many are still piecing together what happened in those days and the years that followed. Researcher Sana Murrani joins Yasmeen Alamiri to discuss “Ruptured Domesticity,” a project that collects Iraqis’ memories and artifacts of the war and how they held onto the concept of home.
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