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Author: Nargis Hakim Rahman

Nargis Hakim Rahman is a Bangladeshi American Muslim freelance jouranlist and a mother of three kids. Nargis graduated from Wayne State University with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism, and a psychology minor. She is passionate about community journalism in the Greater Detroit area. She hopes to give American Muslims and minorities a voice in the press. She is a journalism fellow for Feet in 2 Worlds/WDET 101.9 FM radio. She writes for Haute Hijab, The Muslim Observer, Brown Girl Magazine, and Metro Detroit Mommy. She has previously written for The South End, Wayne State University's student newspaper, and The Hamtramck Review, Hamtramck, Mich.'s community newspaper. She has previously worked as the Office Manager for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Michigan chapter (CAIR-MI).

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