Seema Jilani is a pediatrician and humanitarian aid worker. Besides working in Afghanistan, Iraq, Gaza, Egypt, Bosnia, Nepal, and other areas of conflict, she has worked in Texas as a flight physician transporting critically ill children. She is also a Fulbright scholar, a Truman National Security Project fellow, and a Voice of Our Nations Arts Foundation fellow; her writing has appeared in The Guardian and The New York Times. (August 2020)
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