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
At 26, Abdullah Hammoud became the first ever Arab American Muslim elected to represent Michigan’s 15th State House District. Despite facing some racial and religious backlash during his campaign, Abdullah has never been one to shy away from his identity. 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.
As the first ever inventors of the sports hijab, Capsters aims to encourage women to stay active while being safe and comfortable. Read More
Starting high school in a new town is daunting for anyone. New friends, teachers and buildings makes the transition evermore anxiety-inducing. The experience was no different for Dalya Zeno, now 18, when she first moved here from her war-torn home in Syria four years ago. Read More