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This Muslim Girl Podcast

Release Date: 10/01/2018

Alaa Balkhy, From Jedda to New York show art Alaa Balkhy, From Jedda to New York

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A passionate people connector bridging continents with her work, Alaa is a Serial Entrepreneur from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, who works as a Cultural Consultant, Art Director, and Illustrator. Her work focuses on brand development, art direction, business development, and design strategy. Enjoy!


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Candid Conversations: Ramadan, Hair Loss, Sibling Relations, and #TwitterTalks show art Candid Conversations: Ramadan, Hair Loss, Sibling Relations, and #TwitterTalks

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My sister Hana is back! On this episode she joins me during a Ramadan night to have some candid sisterly conversations about graduating college, Ramadan guilt, sibling relations and more. We also started a new segment called #twittertalks where we pick an interesting tweet and discuss it. Enjoy!

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#LetTalk: How Can Muslim Men be Better Allies to Muslim Women w/ the Young and Muslim Podcast show art #LetTalk: How Can Muslim Men be Better Allies to Muslim Women w/ the Young and Muslim Podcast

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I am joined with Jibreel Salaam and Mohamaed Hassan to discuss how Muslim men can be better allies to Muslim women. We asked for your input with questions and comments and we sat down, no filter, to talk about them. Enjoy! 

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Muslim Women and their Professional Lives: Allies, Community and Islamaphobia w/ Sofia Haq show art Muslim Women and their Professional Lives: Allies, Community and Islamaphobia w/ Sofia Haq

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My guest, Sofia Haq, was born and raised in Southern California to a Pakistani and Arab father and Mexican and Spanish mother. Currently, Haq is a Marketing Consultant, Lead Experiential Learning Educator at Pathways Travels, and Founder of Muslim Women Professionals (MWP). MWP is an organization that promotes professional development for Muslim women. MWP promotes empowerment amongst women by educating, uplifting, and mobilizing a global network.

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3000 Questions About Me w/ Khulood Hussin  show art 3000 Questions About Me w/ Khulood Hussin

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This episode is inspired by the book "3000 Questions About Me". I bought this book to keep me occupied when I was traveling and it defiantly did the job. Random questions that make you reflect, laugh and sometimes cry. I recorded it with someone close to me- my best friend Khulood Hussin- because I wanted it to be fun and lighthearted. Enjoy!

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Going Rogue with the Rogue Muslim show art Going Rogue with the Rogue Muslim

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This episode is with The Rogue Muslim Podcast host, Samiyyah. Listen in on our conversation about friendships, social media engagement, and politics. Make sure to check out the continuation of our conversation on her podcast @theroguemuslim!

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The Art of Association: The Art of Association: "...but my other Muslim friend does that"- Conversations with Tara Ashraf

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Tara Ashraf is an international communications and media professional. She is a staff writer for Brown Girl Magazine and owns her own blog, In Between American. She has a master’s degree in International Media from American University in Washington, D.C., and a bachelor’s in Communication, Spanish, and English from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY.  Join us on the conversation about representation and tokenization on instagram @thismuslimgirlpodcast.

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What's all this fuss about Hijab? Conversations with Yasmeen Sheikah from She Speaks Diversity  show art What's all this fuss about Hijab? Conversations with Yasmeen Sheikah from She Speaks Diversity

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Yasmeen, from the blog and podcast She Speaks Diversity, joins me to to discuss and answer some questions sent via Instagram on hijab & the recent conversations surrounding it. 

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Muslims of the World Book with Coauthor Iman Mahoui (Part 2) show art Muslims of the World Book with Coauthor Iman Mahoui (Part 2)

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In this episode, Iman Mahoui, coauthor of the Muslims of the World Book, and I continue our conversation from the last episode on how she got involved with the founder of the social media platform, Sajjad Shah,  and ultimately coauthored the book. She gives us insight to the process, growth and experience she had while working on this project. As always, enjoy!

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Post Grad Struggles, What's Next? Conversations with Iman Mahoui (Part 1) show art Post Grad Struggles, What's Next? Conversations with Iman Mahoui (Part 1)

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This episode is Part 1 of a 2 Part series. For this episode, I am joined with Iman Mahoui, one of the co-authors for #MuslimsoftheWorld. We discuss what most students face when approaching graduation- what do you do next?  Jump straight into graduate school, join the workforce, or take a year out of academia to work on other projects?

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Rebecca is an aspiring writer and marketing executive at Grand Medina Resorts. She lives in Montreal, Canada with her husband, stepdaughter and 2 year old son. Rebecca converted to Islam in 2014 and has since spent her time navigating the world as a Muslim, seeking knowledge and beauty in her faith. Enjoy this episode!