In a bid to foster and strengthen the relationships between the diverse communities of Memphis, American Muslims organized a special festival on Saturday, March 25, which introduced Islam and Muslim culture to the public.
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Getting help in her studies from a team of volunteers and assistants, Mona Minkara, a legally blind post-doctoral research fellow in the University of Minnesota, is seeking to pay back to the world, working to create a STEM curriculum for blind children in developing countries.
Two Canadian ministers endorsed on Thursday, March 23, Muslim weekly Friday prayer at schools, commending Peel municipality, Ontario, for allowing it and putting an end to brawling debate in which Islamophobic comments were yelled.
Residents of Rochester, Minnesota, will be offered a chance to have a look into the everyday lives of American Muslims thanks to a Muslim woman effort to counter misconceptions surrounding her faith.
Over the past few months, Muslim model Halima Aden has proudly donned her hijab while walking on fashion runways, debunking myths about Muslim women and Islam.
A New Jersey Muslim man was praised as an inspiration after stepping in to stop two brawling teens from a street fight which ended by both young men shaking hands in peace.
American fencer and Olympic medalist Ibtihaj Muhammad wrote an open letter to President Trump in which she criticized his "campaign of terror" against American ideals.
Defying misconceptions about Muslim women, Yusra Syed, a former University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) student, has become the first Peel police prisoner escort officer to don hijab.
A widowed Muslim man has spent the last two decades caring for terminally ill children, offering them a rare home feeling in their final days.
Overcoming a turbulent past, a Canadian young Muslim is offering a role model to Canadians as a poet and inspirational speaker who was named in ‘Top 20 Under 20,’ prestigious national award recognizing his achievements as a motivational speaker.
A Muslim mother from Oakland, Pennsylvania, is teaming up with a local community organization to launch hijab line for dolls to promote diversity and acceptance among people from early age.
With the hope to raise awareness of Muslim culture and bolster solidarity, Muslim students in different universities across the US have been organizing hijab days to give their colleagues a chance to support their Muslim peers.