CategoryMuslim Women

HIJABI, FEMINIST, AND DAMN PROUD

Be unapologetically YOU! I’m a proud Irish-Scottish-Vietnamese-Canadian Muslim, a hijabi, a feminist, a humanist, and unafraid to say so! No part contradicts the other, but rather enriches the other facets of my identity. Life can be so challenging, especially when you stand out and don’t fit the convenient narrative that is built for us by others. But there is so much beauty and strength in going against that narrative. Shattering all of those misconceptions of “what we are or should be.” […]

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Representation Matters!

Whether its in positions of leadership, politics, schools, business, and yes, fashion, representation matters. Representation is showing that you belong in the greater social narrative. Hate crimes of minorities, in particular Muslims have increased substantially, which I believe is due to misrepresentation in the media, and the scapegoating Muslims for a political agenda. With that in mind, we can change all that. If we have proper representation in all parts of society, imagine the difference it could make. Little Mosque […]

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