This work is not popular. All too often, the efforts of women are not recognized. Many times, our efforts have not been credited or discredited. This
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Muslim Women For Blog
Muslim Ban Rapid Response
In the wake of the Muslim Ban (2017), we created materials to distribute to our community. A word document (.doc) version of the file can be downloaded below.
ICE at Your Door?
In 2018, we developed documents in Arabic and English giving people information on what to do if Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers show up at your door.
These documents push back against HB 370, requiring sheriffs and jails to determine immigration status of people in custody and share information of those suspected to be undocumented with ICE.
ACLU NC Champion of Liberty (2018)
Muslim Women For was awarded the “Champion of Liberty” Award by the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina. They were nominated and presented with the award by a l
Movement Voter Project with Camila Cabello
Refugee Immigrant Takeover
Oak City Move Radio (88.1)
Oak City Move is a radio series on WKNC 88.1FM exploring the movers and shakers of NC, and the steps they take to enact positive change in the community. The interview features Lela, EIman
“Hola ya Zola” podcast Guest: Doha Medani
Hola ya Zola hosts, Yathrip and Diana Selena, welcome Doha Medani, co-founder of Muslim Women For, a social justice non-profit organization that focuses on political education, leadership development, relationship building, and grassroots organizing.
You can listen to the interview through Google Podcasts or on Spotify. Make sure to follow our friends at Hola ya Zola.
‘Our 7 Neighbors’ with Lela
When you’re talking about anti-Muslim bigotry, you have to talk about how Black folks are being treated in this country, how immigrants are being treated. It needs to be very intersectional, it needs to be directed at the roots.”— Lela Ali, Muslim Women For
‘Me and My Muslim Friends’ with Eiman
In this episode of Me & My Muslim Friends, guests Eiman Ali and Nigel Edwards discuss the black Muslim experience, including their experiences of racism within the Muslim community. Whether it’s going from a black woman to a black woman with hijab, or the challenges of interracial marriage, we take it on in this conversation.
In Season 2, Lela joins the ‘Me and My Muslim Friends’ podcast to talk politics with Durham County Commissioner, Nida Allam.
Women’s March on Raleigh
Co-founder, Eiman, spoke at the 2017 Women’s Rally on Raleigh. The article can be found on The