Race & Ethnicity

Umm Zakiyyah Talks Taboo

I had the pleasure and honor of speaking with independent Islamic author, Umm Zakiyyah about her novels, short film and...

Arab in America with Khaled Beydoun

This episode is a special one, because I had the honor and privilege of speaking with Professor Khaled Beydoun, who...

The Compromise of Being Arab & Muslim in America

The Compromise of Being Arab & Muslim in America

It was a pleasure and a privilege speaking at Connecticut College on Friday, April 14th. Thank you to the Muslim Student Association...

Are Arabs Racist?

Why is the Arab feminist movement so racist? This was the title of an article published yesterday in the Middle East...

What a First Date with a Young Arab American Woman Looks Like

[Anonymous contributor] I often joke with my friends about the first questions I would ask on a date: What are...

A Hafiz, Aaron Rodgers and Subtle Racism

[by Asad Chishty] The toughest habits to break, which are also the ones in most need of change, are those...

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Muslimerican: The Dangers of Being Muslim in America

[by Nour M. Goda]  Never has there been a more dangerous time than now to be Muslim in America. Never...

Trump, My Shalwar Kameez, and the Fourth of July

by Asad Farooqui | Guest Blogger A few months ago, a friend of mine asked me what I thought about Donald Trump. In my...

Said Durrah Talks Taboo

[Ep. 14] Arab American stand-up comedian, Said Durrah, takes the mic this week for taboo talk. Arab to Arab, Said and...

So Two Muslims Walk Into Starbucks: Or, My Hate Crime Experience!

So Two Muslims Walk Into Starbucks: Or, My Hate Crime Experience!

Tonight, I’m working from the Penn Station Starbucks. After some time, my laptop’s battery needed power, so I walked over to...

For Palestine & Syria: A Mexican American’s Fight or the Arab Cause

[Ep. 13] A very special episode this week, friends. We have Anisa Abeytia on our show to talk to us about...

The #1 Reason Arabs & Muslims Live in Secrecy

The #1 Reason Arabs & Muslims Live in Secrecy

Like most people, Arab and Muslim Americans live in secrecy due to one universal human emotion: shame. In the winter...

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