“Our movements themselves have to be healing, or there’s no point to them”—Cara Page, Kindred: Southern Healing Justice Collective Following the success of our 2020 Healing Collective, Muslim Women For is excited to offer a series
Salam y’all, After our successful 2020 Healing Collective, we have decided to shift to a model that will allow for more participants with more focused sessions. Participants should ideally plan to participate in each event,
Doha, of Muslim Women For, is organizing a healing collective for NC women or any non-man identifying community members and organizers to have bi-weekly calls where we create space to connect/disconnect for an hour or
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
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.
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.