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
North Carolina has a history. However, on July 17, 2019, the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, held a rally in Greenville, where he attacked members of the so-called “Squad.” These are 4 women of
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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WE HAVE A DUTY TO PROTECT THE WOMEN IN OUR COMMUNITY! A Muslim mother in our community is experiencing physical, mental, and emotional violence by her husband and the father of her two children.
We believe that the most important aspect of this event is that folks got the opportunity to engage with people in their community, who might have different beliefs but ultimately share a human experience.
Revolution has shaped my entire life.
During Labor Day 2018, Muslim Women For took femmes and women of color from North Carolina to Washington DC for a weekend of social justice leadership trainings composed of curriculum developed by Muslim Women For.