Hijab

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The Muslim Nation Within Education

[apw_alert show_close=”” type=”default” large=”” header=””]Mariam, a 14-year-old muslimah who just entered high school was feeling very nervous and scared entering into a new school environment. On top of this she found herself…

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Imancipation Project

We are not probs

It is not too uncommon today to walk into a mall or turn on our television and see a hijab-wearing woman and exclaim, “OMG it’s a hijabi!”. Quite naturally, our…

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Reflection

It feels like yesterday. It was September 11th, 2001, and I was living in the United States – Louisiana to be specific. As someone who wasn’t raised particularly religious, at…

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“I’m Tired of Hijab” – A Response

There are a lot of ideas and opinions floating around on the internet and media about the hijab. In some spaces, there is a lot of confusion. In some, a…

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Memoirs of a Muhajjaba Entry 1: The First Thread

...As the search continued, my eyes landed on some tops hidden at the bottom of the box. They were a bit low cut, but I decided that I could pair…

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