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8 Modest Fashion TikTok Influencers You Should Follow

Whether you want to keep up with the latest modest fashion trends, or you’re just in need of some inspiration this Eid Al Adha, TikTok is a great place to start. From making modest looks to trending outfits to styling your hijab in so many different ways, these eight influencers have got you covered with…

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How Social Media Is a Risk To Global Health

Misinformation, or lack of clear information, is a growing problem with the rise of social media usage over the past few years. As social media is very loosely censored, many posts that are not completely accurate fall into the hands of users, most of whom do not fact check with credible sources. I had noticed…

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What’s the Secret to Mental Strength?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=un5LxgL4Yl8 It’s an age-old story. Life’s not too shabby, and things seem to be going alright. Whether it’s the comfort of your five-year plan, or just knowing that you’re living the life you’ve chosen for yourself, you don’t feel any cause for complaint. You know it might not be the best use of your time,…

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Using Exercise to Build a Better Relationship With Yourself

“Last year, I presented with severe knee pain. I had countless MRIs, X-rays, and saw almost every physical therapist and orthopedic surgeon in my area. However, despite all the payments I made, and doctors I visited, my knee did not get any better. I couldn’t squat, run, or do virtually anything I used to love…

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3 Ways to Respond to Global Tragedies

Every time I open my Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter, it feels like things are just getting worse in the world. As easy as it is to inform yourself about the social injustices and tragedies that occur, it’s just as easy to close your eyes and turn away from issues that affect others. Admittedly, seeing all…

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#Blackout

It is no secret that minorities are underrepresented, and even when they are represented, it’s usually in a negative way. The online Black community came up with a brilliant idea to put positive Black images out there. Tumblr user expect-the-greatest came up with the idea of “Blackout Day” after growing tired of the lack of Black representation…