“Muslims in America are diverse, but Black Muslims are largely left out of the conversation.”
What’s it like being Black and Muslim in the United States? Oftentimes, it includes being invisible to others. So check out these perspectives from Black Muslims sharing about their experiences in their own words.
This video from Newsy is a good reminder of what we lose when biases and assumptions keep us from connecting with each other as unique individuals.
The Editors at Everyday Feminism
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- 6 Tips for Working in Solidarity with Muslim Women
- I’m a Muslim Woman of Color – And Here’s Why I Don’t Date White Men
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