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Muslim Women Are Everything! But How?

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Release Date: 02/24/2021

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 is an Emmy-Award winning journalist who was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. She and , illustrator whose artwork appeared on NPR, Dallas News, and a number of books and graphic novels, coauthored Muslim Women Are Everything: Stereotype-Shattering Stories of Courage, Inspiration, and Adventure. They talk with Sara Jamshidi about what inspired them to publish the book.     In this episode, we will explore: How would you characterize public opinion against Muslim women? I’m curious to know your personal perceptions about how we’ve been viewed? What is...

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In this episode, we will explore:

  • How would you characterize public opinion against Muslim women? I’m curious to know your personal perceptions about how we’ve been viewed?

  • What is your biggest frustration that you experience as Muslim women?

  • Who did you leave out?