Naballah Chi is a 26-year-old fashion blogger and designer who works at a local hospital in Trinidad and Tobago, and she wears her hijab in the coolest ways for work. Her style speaks volumes, but there’s also a beautiful story behind the stunning shots of her hijab.
It’s Eid al-Fitr, and according to this makeup vlogger, she had been flooded with requests for an #Eid2016 makeup tutorial. But not all of her fans are pleased. That’s because Chloe Morello, who identifies as an atheist, wore a hijab during the tutorial, which is titled “Eid Makeup Tutorial: Soft Glam Look With Cool Tones!”
One in five British Muslim women do not feel secure living in Britain, according to Tell MAMA, a London-based group monitoring anti-Muslim incidents that released its 2015 annual report on Wednesday.
In this week’s episode of Strong Opinions Loosely Held, host Elisa Kreisinger speaks with Linda Sarsour, the executive director of the Arab American Association of New York, about what it’s like to be a feminist Muslim-American woman in 2016.
Federation of the Muslim Women’s Association of Ghana (FOMWAG), has implored women to practice the skills that they are taught. Participants were taken through soap making, how to make various local drinks and other skills to equip them with economic empowerment.
Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, editor-in-chief of MuslimGirl.com, dropped some serious wisdom last week about the need for diversity in the media. She said: “One of the most important things for us to do to amplify those voices is to pass the mic whenever we have it.”