Amirah Adem ’21 To Explore Human Rights Violations in the U.S. by Documenting Her Own Story | Pomona College in Claremont, California - Pomona College


Amirah Adem ’21 had plans to travel to Tanzania earlier this year to carry out a health education project. As a 2020 Davis Peace Project winner, she was one of the students selected to receive funding to design and implement her own grassroots project..


How I Fought Female Genital Mutilation in the United States – Amirah’s Story


How many more young girls are we going to let bleed to death because of an unnecessary practice that is controlled in these patriarchal societies? FGM is not worth the pain. FGM is not worth the loss of a loved one.


The Student Life



Articles written for the Student Life news outlet at the Claremont Colleges by Amirah Adem. Features interviews on student musicians and history of the Office of Black student Association.

Misha.AI Podcast Guest


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"What's it like attending one of the most prominent and well-known film schools in the nation, and perhaps even the world? While I can't provide a personal perspective, Atlanta native and second year film student, Amirah Adem, certainly can. We'll delve into the reasons why one might choose to attend film school, the crucial role of networking in the industry, the various components and roles required for a successful film production, and take a closer look at Amirah's own short film project within one of her classes. From pursuing dreams and gaining family support to unexpected encounters with celebrities like Lil' Yachty, Amirah shares her experiences for us to absorb.

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