Navigating the Intersection: Muslim Parents and the topic of LGBTQ

The Challenge of the LGBTQ Agenda in Public Schools In Muslim communities throughout the country, parents are steering their families through a fast changing society, where they are taught to respect people of all kinds, regardless of culture, religion and identity while also holding steadfast to their own beliefs [...]

2023-09-05T19:06:56+00:00September 5th, 2023|American Muslims, Islam|

Dismantling Misconceptions about Islam Portrayed on TV

Introduction: Perceptions Shaped Through Media The role of television in today’s world is vital in shaping the perceptions of millions of individuals regarding their understanding of different cultures, religions, and communities. Unfortunately, Islam, one of the world’s largest religions, is often underrepresented or misrepresented in mainstream television shows and [...]

2023-08-29T21:50:09+00:00August 29th, 2023|American Muslims, Islam|

Creating an Inclusive Environment for Muslim Employees

By: Laura El Alam How to Create a Welcoming Workplace for Muslim Employees: 8 Tips These days most employers strive to make their workplace as inclusive and welcoming as possible. Being culturally sensitive and accommodating for employees is the ethical thing to do, but it is also necessary since religious [...]

2023-06-22T22:30:19+00:00January 21st, 2022|American Muslims, Hijab|

Inspired by Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him): Studying to Be Like Him – Ayesha Sultana

Conversations With Muslims from Diverse Backgrounds in the United States Muslims from all different backgrounds and fields find themselves united on one very essential matter—their love for the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). He was a man concerned for our wellbeing in this life and the next more [...]

2023-07-22T03:52:46+00:00October 4th, 2021|American Muslims, Prophet Muhammad|

Why All Muslims Should Care About Black History Month

By: Nailah Dean Why Muslims Should Celebrate Black History Month: 3 Reasons There are some widely celebrated holidays in America that Muslims avoid due to their religious connotations, such as Christmas and Easter. Others, such as Thanksgiving or the fourth of July, are more cultural in nature, and thus, [...]

2023-07-12T06:13:13+00:00February 25th, 2021|African Americans, American Muslims|
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