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How Trans Muslims Can Navigate Obstacles They Face

Each year the end of Pride month signals the cycle of companies removing the rainbow flag and various colors from all over their merchandise. Confetti and balloons are cleaned up from Pride celebrations, and the streets begin to look a little bland again. Pride does not erase the obstacles that many trans-Muslims will continue to face…

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#AllyGroupChat: How Do I Tackle Student Woes During Ramadan?

Welcome, baddies, to #AllyGroupChat! Throughout the month of Ramadan, we’ll be crowdsourcing answers to the most burning questions our non-Muslim brothers and sisters have about our Holy Month, and we’ll be summarizing the best of the best right here, every Friday! So keep an eye out, because you never know what you’ll learn in Muslim…

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Let’s Support Incarcerated LGBTQA+ Muslims This Ramadan Through Masjid al-Rabia

Seven months ago, Masjid al-Rabia opened in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood. The masjid provides spiritual care for marginalized Muslims — those who identify as women, non-conforming, queer or trans are welcome in the community without fear of exclusion or violence, and incarcerated Muslims are extended spiritual support through the mosque’s Black and Pink Crescent campaign. The…