Iranian writer Nazila Fathi raised her kids in the US, and realized they were hearing a lot of negative messages about their Iranian heritage. So, eventually she took things into her own hands — she wrote two new children's books celebrating Persian history and culture. She tells The World’s host Marco Werman about these very personal projects.
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