My writing and activism come out of my experience as a Black American Muslim woman Who are you? My name is Margari Hill and many of my Muslim friends where I grew up in California know me by Aziza, the Arabic name I chose for myself. I became Muslim over 20…Read More
Princeton Muslim Life & altMuslimah celebrate International Women’s Day princeton.edu/muslimlife Visual Arts & Ethics Nadia Janjua, Architect, art educator, and artist whose work is sold around the world. Sarah Rashid Ethical fashion activist, former fashion designer at Calvin Klein, JCP, DKNY Nadia Mohammad, an editor for AltMuslimah.com Moderator…Read More
On the occasion of altMuslimah’s fifth birthday and International Women’s Day 2014, Editor-in-Chief Asma Uddin reflects on altMuslimah’s past and future.Read More
Count down the most popular Altmuslimah stories of the 2013 to see what most captivated our readers! These pieces cover everything from a South Asian Miss America to adoption in the American Muslim community, but the common thread between all 10 articles is that they were the most read and most shared of the past year. Enjoy!
“AltMuslimah provides well-written articles that address issues about which there has previously been either silence, or apologia that miss the impact these issues have on the lives of women, men, and children.”Read More