In Pictures: US Muslim Families Celebrate Eid at Home

We may still be in lockdown due to COVID-19 in most parts of the United States, Canada, and in other countries, but that doesn’t mean we can forget about celebrating `Eid with joy and creativity.

`Eid serves as a time to celebrate and remember the many blessings of Allah (swt). This year it is especially important to reflect on the rare opportunity to express gratitude for the ability to fast and worship Allah, as COVID-19 related deaths swept through the American Muslim community these past few months.  

Here’s how some American Muslims share their joy and happiness by capturing beautiful pictures of a joyous and momentous socially distant `Eid this year.  

BiBi Watts and Family – Houston, Texas
BiBi Watts and Family – Houston, Texas
About Sabria Mills
Sabria Mills is the Co-founder and Executive Director of MACE - Muslims Advocates of Children with Exceptionalities. She is an Educational Leader and Social Advocate, who partners with educators, community leaders, and activists to advocate for inclusive spaces for people of all abilities. After spending nearly a decade working in education and addressing the needs of non-profit organizations, Sabria knows what truly drives social reform, equality, and education—and it’s not mastering the social advocacy flavor of the week. It’s how well you connect with the heart-beating people you’re trying to help and communicate your understanding back to them.