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8 Queer Muslim Women on the Power of
The Bold Type
Queer Muslim women around the world are ecstatic to see a character who represents them onscreen for the first time.
How Can They Say Nabra Hassanen’s Murder Wasn’t a Hate Crime?
There’s never been a more dangerous time to be a visibly Muslim woman in America.
Sheila Abdus-Salaam, First Black Judge on N.Y.’s Top Court, Found Dead in River
She was also the nation’s first female Muslim judge.
European Court Rules Employers Can Ban Hijabs in the Workplace
The European Union’s highest court ruled a company’s wish to appear neutral was legitimate.
What Nike’s ‘Pro Hijab’ for Muslim Women Athletes Looks Like
It’s made of polyester mesh, more breathable than the usual cotton.
Muslim Ex-Staffer Describes ‘Monochromatic Male Bastion’ of Trump’s White House
Her observations are … yikes.
State Rep Withdraws Proposed Bill That Would Make Wearing the Hijab Illegal
This would be an update to Georgia’s existing anti-masking law.