Syrian journalist Zaina Erhaim shares harrowing stories of life between bombings
When Syria's brutal civil war broke out, Syrian journalist Zaina Erhaim was working for the BBC in London. And while many Syrians fled the country, she went back to document the stories of women still living amid the fighting ... and to train them and men as citizen journalists, so they can tell their own stories.
Preview Zaina Erhaim's documentary, "Syria's Rebellious Women"
Today, Zaina Erhaim joins us to brings us into her troubled world.
I can't imagine any future, neither for myself nor for Syria at all. It's very black.- Syrian journalist Zaina Erhaim
Zaina Erhaim is the Syria project co-ordinator for the Institute for War and Peace Reporting. She's currently visiting the United States, she joined Anna Maria from New York City.
This segment was produced by The Current's Liz Hoath.