For the first time ever this Women’s History Month, MuslimGirl.com is teaming up with dozens of media and web partners to designate March 27 as Muslim Women’s Day!
This day is all about centering Muslim women’s stories and voices. We call upon our allies to pass the mic to Muslim women by elevating their narratives online for the day. We’re teaming up with dozens of media and web partners to bring this dream into reality, like MTV, Huffington Post, Refinery29, Teen Vogue, Tumblr, Twitter, and many more.
On this day, we’ll be flooding the internet with content highlighting real, diverse, and fierce Muslim women sharing real experiences. You can visit any of our partners to check out some of the dope stories they’ll be highlighting, from Brit + Co’s feature on Muslim women creatives to NYLON’s list of Muslim American fashion designers. You can even find some of our partners spotlighting Muslim women articles on Snapchat Discover, like Complex.
We think it’s important to elevate Muslim women’s voices, especially in this moment. With the hype around the Women’s March and the national conversation taking place around the Muslim Ban both in the United States and around the world, it’s time to hear from a community that’s often talked about but rarely given the chance to speak. In the age of social media and the internet, we’re only one click away from changing that.
Contrary to what people might think, Muslim women talk back. And on Muslim Women’s Day, the world will be listening.