By Layla Abdullah-Poulos, project manager Social media is plentiful with “challenges” started for a variety of reasons. Some like the Ice Bucket Challenge start to raise awareness. Others like the … Continue reading
By Layla Abdullah-Poulos While reading online articles, watching video clips, and scrolling through social media, it is easy for us to forget that resistance against oppression and the struggle for … Continue reading
NbA Muslim recently hosted its second Twitter chat, Exploring Sex and Violence – Can Muslim Fiction go too Far?
Sometimes only paper is privy to the caverns of thoughts the mind finds difficult to process. Challenged by the onslaught of awaiting gallows where damaged hearts lay witness to a … Continue reading
The recent assault of a black teenage girl by a police officer while she sat quietly in her class stirred a variety of emotions in people across the country. Many … Continue reading
Domestic violence is a tenacious fact in cultures across the globe. In Muslim communities, domestic violence serves as a formidable challenge to leaders and community members. There are numerous Quranic … Continue reading
I entered the gas station, prepared to fill my car’s tank and my two little ones’ bellies. The attendant’s gaze fell upon me, and he looked puzzled. I recognized the … Continue reading