Meet Razan Elbaba, an 18-year-old photography student at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.
She came up with the photo series “Icons,” a collection of recreated self-portraits of iconic women like Cleopatra, Amelia Earhart, Frida Kahlo and more, as a project for her “Narrative Photography” class.
Elbaba’s identity and experiences as a Muslim woman are what inspired her to create the bold series. Read More
When Syed Jafri went to the doctor’s office earlier this year, his doctor told him he had been diagnosed with a health condition that required him to start eating super clean foods to improve his health.
Students at Zaytuna college, the first accredited Muslim liberal arts college in the United States, will be required to take a swimming, archery and horseback riding class next fall semester. Read More
Amina Derbi was a book-nerd growing up. She spent her time delving into books, and while she thoroughly enjoyed some of them, she still felt something was missing. Read More
Singer Yuna Zarai has teamed up with Lis’n Up Clothing, a Boston-based clothing line, to create a collection to benefit refugees.
Your bucket list is about to get a bit longer.
The modest fashion scene has grown tremendously in the past couple years and the world is taking notice. Read More
Historic Qurans have been on exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution’s Sackler Gallery of Asian Art in Washington, D.C. since October, and museum workers said the exhibit has attracted many visitors.
A healthy snack bar with a spiritual twist. Read More