#MuslimWomensDay is back for yet another year to remind the world that we are here, we aren’t going anywhere, and we talk back!
For those of you who may not know, the #MuslimWomensDay campaign was pioneered by MuslimGirl.com in response to widespread misrepresentation and hijacking of our narrative. How we saw ourselves represented in the media was a far cry from the diversity of what it meant to be a millennial Muslim woman, and with that stereotyping came misunderstanding and fear of the unknown.
And so, on the 27th of March, 2017, armed with a fierce determination to take back our narrative and a defiant urge to revolutionize how the world perceived Muslim women, MuslimGirl.com inaugurated this campaign to flood the internet with original content detailing the authentic stories of Muslim women.
Show Our Partners Some Love
This year, for the 3rd time in a row, we will elevate the narratives of Muslim women, and encourage our partners and allies to do the same. As always, we are joined by dozens of partners committed to passing the mic, so be sure to check their platforms out for some stimulating content: Allure, Brit+Co, Broadly, Bumble, Bustle, Byrdie, Create & Cultivate, College Fashionista, Cosmopolitan, The Cut, Dotdash, Elle, Facebook, Fader, The Female Quotient, Forbes, Girl Gaze, Girls Who Code, The Guggenheim Museum, HerCampus, Huffington Post, HYPEBAE, HYPEBEAST, Instagram, Institute of Social Policy & Understanding, Kode With Klossy, MAKERS Women, MTV, Nylon, Obsessee, Out, Project Everyone, Refinery29, Remezcla, Snapchat, Spotify, StoryCorps, Teen Vogue, Them, Tumblr, Twitter, Vice, Vogue Arabia, YouTube and more.
Catch Us On Facebook Live
You didn’t think that was all, did you? On top of all the fire content courtesy of our partners, we will be featuring an extensive Facebook Live line-up that you won’t want to miss! So, be sure to set your alarms for what is sure to be a day of through-provoking dialogue (all times are EST):
4PM Teen Vogue
5PM Muslim Girl
Tomorrow, we invite YOU to join us in elevating the stories of Muslim women with the hashtag #MuslimWomensDay across all your social media platforms. Along with visiting our partners’ pages and tuning-in to our Facebook Live line-up to indulge in some epic dialogue centered around the voices of those we don’t always get to hear, be sure to to look out for the following:
- Spotify will be featuring a #MuslimWomensDay playlist, stream and enjoy! https://open.spotify.com/user/spotify/playlist/37i9dQZF1DX38snDqzaVVW
- Snapchat is doing a global story featuring messages using their #MuslimWomensDay filters, so get on there and have some fun with it.
- Twitter Women will be amplifying the discussion on the Twitter HT, so looks out for some insightful dialogue there.
On this day, help us celebrate and elevate the diverse experiences of Muslim women. We’re here to redefine our narrative, and the transformative era of social media is our battleground.