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Milon Nagi

Milon Nagi

Milon Nagi is a founding member of the NYC Doula Collective and a writer and editor for the annual Guide to a Healthy Birth. Nagi is committed to helping families make more informed decisions about their birth options. 


Featured Columns

Jordanian Journalist Breaks Taboos Campaigning Against Violence

June 7, 2007

Voices from the Front—Women Face a “Mutilated Beast”

April 30, 2007

What a War Crime Looks Like

March 12, 2007

The account below is compiled from testimony given at the courts martial of Paul Cortez and James Barker, from accounts of the Article 32 Hearing and other court proceedings in the cases, and from previous WMC and newspaper reports. Former Pfc. Steven Green, Pfc. Jesse Spielman and Pfc. Bryan Howard are still awaiting trial. References to them are to alleged actions on their part according to the above sources. More »

100-Year Sentence for Second Soldier Convicted of Rape and Murder

February 23, 2007

Sgt. Paul Cortez, the second soldier to plead guilty to the rape and murder of Abeer Qassim Hamza al-Janabi, as well as the murder of her parents and sister, was sentenced on Thursday, February 22, to 100 years in prison and a dishonorable discharge. Under the terms of a plea agreement made before the court martial took place, Cortez avoided life imprisonment without possibility of parole in sentencing handed down by the judge, Colonel Stephen Henley. More »

MediaTrack 2008—Pelosi Ascent Marks Gender Gap Milestone

January 29, 2007

China’s Women from the Inside

January 10, 2007

Mystelle Brabbée on India’s Modern Day Courtesans

December 1, 2006

Joan Blades on Real Family Values

October 13, 2006

Charlayne Hunter-Gault on the “New News” from Africa

September 29, 2006

Regan Hofmann on the Hidden Faces of HIV

August 29, 2006

“Not How a Second-Generation Should Bond”—Sex Selection in U.S. South Asian Communities

August 22, 2006

June Cross on Secrets and Displacements

August 14, 2006

Pay Gap Is Widest in Top-Paying Media Industry Segments

July 31, 2006

Global Health Advocate Honored in New York

July 21, 2006

“Best Case Scenario” on Female Genital Mutilation

June 8, 2006