Aomar Boom describes the centrality of donkeys and mules to life in the unforgiving earthquake-shattered terrain of the High Atlas Mountains.
Brahim El Guabli argues that Morocco's disaster survivors must be able to communicate in their mother tongue.
Moroccan Amazigh scholar Brahim El Guabli learned that his family in Ouarzazate lost their home in the earthquake that hit Friday night.
A Moroccan scholar from the earthquake region, Aomar Boum, and his UCLA colleague Sarah A. Stein, provide more context on the Atlas Mountains communities hit by the temblor.
Brahim El-Guabli identifies how Amazigh activists have engaged with translation to revitalize their threatened language and culture.