Poet and aspiring law student Alexandra shares “Flaws” with the Muslim Women For community.
As a Palestinian, this painting encompasses my people’s culture and resistance and I want to share a powerful and moving message that Palestinians are not just their struggle but their resistance to that struggle. Layan
Britney (she/her/hers) is a student at UNC Chapel Hill studying American Studies and Human Development & Family Studies. She loves writing and being creative, especially as a tool to heal, process, and advocate. She shares art snd s poem with us here.
This past year, we witnessed the highs and lows of humanity and came together to fight against Asian hate, anti-Blackness, and the oppression of Palestinian people. As we experience these historic moments, Muslim Women For
You know as well as we do that honest, compassionate, culturally-sensitive reproductive health information in our community has been sorely lacking. Here’s your chance to learn from a Muslim and in community with other Muslims.
We are always excited to share our projects, challenges, successes and ideas with you and sharing this document is no different. We hope you look through it, ask us questions and continue to stay engaged
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.
In December 2017, Muslim Women For unveiled a small library of books available on loan to members of our community wanting to expand their political awareness and social consciousness. We are constantly rotating books and