Salma Heram, George Washington University
Although it may be challenging, you can still be religious while at school. Here are some ideas to help you keep your Islamic faith.
Anna Hupp, University of Wyoming
Nida Manzoor’s Peacock sitcom follows five Muslim women and their punk rock band while advocating that ‘music is about representation.’
The YA novel by S. K. Ali reflects the realities faced by Muslim teens and embraces culture, identity and love in a new light.
Reem Farhat, Fordham University
By creating an inclusive community with justice at the forefront of their mission, the organization is changing the face of environmentalism.
Muslim women are seeing themselves depicted in industries like fashion and television, but there is still work to be done toward valuable inclusion.
Carli Moses, Union University
This series contains aspects of two influential religions but doesn’t have the storytelling prowess to pull off such a gamble.
Logan Floyd, Mercyhurst University
Learning about different belief systems provides a variety of benefits you may not have been aware of.
Emma Uk, Brookdale Community College
The terminology and etiquette surrounding the Muslim month of fasting might be new to you, but they’re not complicated.
Moiz Rizvi, University of Texas at Austin
The tradition has been threatened by extremists, precisely because it threatens extremism.
Mohsin Hamid’s debut novel explores a unique side of one of America’s darkest times.
Growing up Muslim means facing a crisis many religious millennials experience: the increasing stigma attached to faith.
Selena Lundy, Grand Valley State University
Lahore has become the home of Pakistan’s first ever school for transgender students.
Erin Alexander, Middle Tennessee State University
The hijabs are part of a broader line of clothing, called the Veronica Collection, designed to offer Muslim women more fashion-forward options for their clothing.
Alina Shaikh, University of Toronto
It might be time to turn off the Fox News.
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