Visual Artist, Activist & Humanitarian
Zainab Zeb Khan
Zainab Zeb Khan works proactively to address global social justice issues and remove barriers that people face due to gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture or disability. Her projects and works have been exhibited internationally, and have been featured on Huffington Post, The Tavis Smiley Show, National Public Radio, The Guardian, Economist, and in the International Museum of Women. She is also in the groundbreaking film, Honor Diaries, the first film to break the silence about honor based violence against women.
Zainab’s art has been used by various organizations to help facilitate progressive change. Her art addresses the historical and current complexities of social justice; women’s rights; and gender equality. She holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Psychology and Social Work from Loyola University Chicago.
How to Fight Injustice Without Saying a Word
Art in all its forms has always been appreciated. It allows us a unique mode in which to express our creativity and our message without ever verbalizing a meaning. But what about art as a force for change? Can it be used as a tool for activism? How can art have an impact on social injustices and how can art change the world?