Shireen Al-Adeimi is an assistant professor of education at Michigan State University. Having lived through two civil wars in her country of birth, Yemen, she has played an active role in raising awareness about the U.S.-supported, Saudi-led war on Yemen since 2015. Through her work, she aims to encourage political action among fellow Americans to bring about an end to U.S. intervention in Yemen.
Fine Print in Defense Bill Acknowledges U.S.-Backed War in Yemen Will Go On Indefinitely
Lawmakers' efforts to limit U.S. support for the Yemen War have failed to stop the bloody Saudi-led assault on the port city of Hodeida. MORE
Features · August 6, 2018
Attack on Yemen Port Shows U.S.-Backed Coalition Willing To Use Starvation as a Weapon
By attacking Hudaydah, the Saudi-led coalition is cutting off another vital lifeline. MORE
Features · June 13, 2018
What the Deployment of Green Berets to the Saudi-Yemen Border Tells Us About America’s Dirty War
The U.S. tries to distance itself from Saudi war crimes in Yemen—but it's always been America's war too. MORE
Features · May 7, 2018
Trump Doesn’t Care About Civilian Deaths. Just Look at Yemen.
For three years, the United States has backed a brutal Saudi-led war on Yemen, and ordinary people are paying the price. MORE
Features · April 11, 2018
Now Is America’s Chance To Stop Waging Brutal War on Yemen
A new bipartisan bill offers an opportunity to withdraw U.S. support for a devastating military onslaught. MORE
Features · March 6, 2018