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#MuslimWomensDay Recap: Why Muslim Girl Writers Talk Back Online

The Executive Editor of Muslimgirl.com, Azmia Magane, met with two of the Muslim Girl Clique’s writers, Munna Hazime and Jummanah Abu Samra, on March 27, to share with Muslims and writers their individual and collective experiences in relation to writing as a means of activism and healing at Muslimgirl.com, along with sharing their insights on…

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Did You Catch Our Digital Summit Panel on Sisterhood and Securing the Bag?

One of the many amazing panels during MuslimGirl.com’s inaugural digital summit in celebration of the 5th annual Muslim Women’s Day was about “Seeking Sisterhood to Secure the Bag.” A heavy, yet completely necessary topic, the conversation was an open and honest one featuring four phenomenal women: Amani Al Khatahtbeh, founder of MuslimGirl.com; Dounia, musician; Carri…

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11 of Our Fave #MuslimWomensDay Graphics From Instagram

We absolutely loved the art we found on Instagram for Muslim Women’s Day on March 27, 2021. The beautiful graphic images accurately depicts the diverse women that identify themselves as strong, powerful, badass Muslim women. Check out some of our faves below. This stylish pink number is super shareable Flowers are perfect symbolism for spring…

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What the Biden Presidency Means for Muslim Women

On the first day President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris take office, the pair have said they want to end the controversial Muslim Ban that banned Muslims from a list of Muslim countries from entering the United States, a relief for Muslim Americans across the nation. But is our bar for progress really that low, especially…