Are you ready to GET OUT THE MUSLIM VOTE? Please join Muslim Women For on Saturday, October 24 and/or Thursday, October 29 from 5pm – 7pm and help us phone bank to make sure our community’s voice is heard in this
Our community members from the Queen City Family Advocates have produced a voting guide to help NC Muslims become more politically literate, encourage further political participation, and strengthen our sense of agency.
As you might know, a repeal of the Muslim bans passed in the House on July 22nd. We recently asked NC Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr to support this “NO BAN” Act. Senator Burr
I will not lie to myself and say that this is going to be easy for me, but I understand that if all of the social aspects of Ramadan are taken away, the virtue, reward, and observance of Ramadan is not reduced in any capacity.
On our live stream today, we had many community partners and friends join us on Instagram live to talk about what’s been going on in their respective sectors of the community. Our goal for this
For most of my life, I’ve sat on the sidelines watching people speak for me and about my experiences while my insides were refuting their words. One of the greatest ‘aha’ moments that I grasped
I realized that when I heard about the Muslim Ban I was angry about it but I stopped there and it was not until becoming a Muslim Women For fellow that I looked at it in-depth and realize how bad it really was. From there, I became motivated to do something about it.
The retreat taught me that my identity as a woman, a person of color and a first-generation immigrant is instrumental in shaping the narrative of designing a better world. I am an advocate within my field of architecture, to fight for social design, accessible spaces, and healthier communities.
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