Bager is a multimedia journalist who primarily resides in New York City.
What Saudi Women Need More Than a Driver's License
Earlier this week, I did something perfectly ordinary: I renewed my U.S. driver's license. That's something I couldn't do in my home country of Saudi Arabia because there is no women's section at the DMV...By Jasmine Bager September 29, 2017
Princess Reema's Message to Saudi Girls Watching the Olympics
'If you work hard, anything is possible'By Jasmine Bager August 10, 2016
Saudi Arabia Just Created a Division for Women in Sports
Princess Reema will head itBy Jasmine Bager August 1, 2016
I'm a Saudi Woman Who Has a Male Guardian. He Is My Greatest Supporter.
The West needs to realize that not all Saudi women are the sameBy Jasmine Bager July 21, 2016
Saudi TV Just Got a Lot More Feminist
An edgy drama about four young women who move to America is a surprise hit over RamadanBy Jasmine Bager July 21, 2015
Saudi Women Right-to-Drive Activists Face Terrorism Court
It has been nearly two weeks since Saudi Arabia lost King Abdullah, 90, whom his people affectionately labeled “The King of Humanity.” Since then, the notoriously slow-moving country has swiftly shifted gears. The new ruler,...By Jasmine Bager February 6, 2015
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