muslim women changemakers

altM explores faith, fashion – and controversy

As increasing number of women around the world choose to dress in ways that express their religious beliefs and cultures, Professor Reina Lewis of London College of Fashion, UAL joins with and the Princeton Muslim Life Program to explore the pleasures and pitfalls of ‘modest’ fashion as community and…

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Ibtihaj Muhammad Didn’t Win a Gold Medal Today, but She Has Won Something Even Bigger

I don’t think I’ve ever rooted for a U.S. Olympic athlete to win a gold medal more than today when Ibtihaj Muhammad began her quest for victory in the women’s individual sabre fencing competition. And I say that as someone who has passionately rooted for countless American Olympic athletes over…

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How Muslim women are winning the 2016 campaign

This presidential election season we’ve paid much attention to the anti-Muslim ideas some presidential candidates like Donald Trump spew — and rightfully so. Most political candidates would never dare make such utterances about any other religious minority group. Still, in the midst of the vitriol and alarming political rhetoric, an…

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