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A Fashion Designer and an Activist Talk Cultural Appropriation
What is a designer responsible for, beyond the aesthetic of a collection?
Half of Iranians Are Against Mandatory Hijabs
A report was released after 29 women were arrested for protesting the mandatory veiling law.
29 Women Arrested in Iran for Protesting Mandatory-Hijab Laws
More and more women are pushing back against the country’s strict dress code.
Women in Iran Are Wearing White to Protest the Country’s Strict Dress Code
It’s part of the #WhiteWednesdays campaign.
What Nike’s ‘Pro Hijab’ for Muslim Women Athletes Looks Like
It’s made of polyester mesh, more breathable than the usual cotton.
Jared T. Miller
NYPD Officer Says She Was Harassed for Years for Wearing a Hijab
She filed a lawsuit in Brooklyn federal court for civil-rights violations.
A Woman in Saudi Arabia Was Arrested for Posting This Picture Without a Hijab
She wore a dress, a coat, and ankle boots, but no hijab, in a Twitter picture.
This Teen Wore a Hijab and Burkini During Miss Minnesota USA Pageant
Halima Aden wore a hijab and burkini.
Muslim Women Say They’re Afraid to Wear the Hijab in Public After Trump’s Win
Donald Trump’s America.
Female Chess Players Are Furious About Being Forced to Wear Hijabs in Iran
The world championship tournament is in Iran, where women are required to wear hijabs.