Nazma Khan, founder of World Hijab Day started this movement back in 2013 and it’s become a global phenomenon ever since, with thousands of non-muslim women donning the hijab to stand in solidarity with their Muslim friends who wear Hijab.
This essay was submitted by an American Muslim expat who, just like the rest of us, is trying to come to terms with a Trump presidency. In this essay, she eloquently presents, what she believes are, some of the necessary steps towards creating a more empowered and dignified narrative for Muslim Americans in the coming years. […]
With the presidential election just around the corner, I can’t help but become increasingly anxious. I’m sure most of us have similar thoughts ruminating in our minds; what does it mean to be Muslim in America today? Will the results of this election change my “Americanness?” Will my children feel safe growing up in this […]