Articles & Writing

Meet the Detroit Documenters (WDET series)

Embassy of Bangladesh Brings Essential Consular Services To The Community (WDET 101.9 FM)

Bengali Ballots in Hamtramck: what’s at stake for Bengali voters during the election? (Yemeni American News)

Making Hamtramck Home: Bangladeshis reflect on the journey to the town (Yemeni American News)

Nizam Uddin Ahmed, owner of Fair Sky Travel with his family. Source: Yemeni American News

As Census Wraps, These Michigan Women Won’t Let Their Communities Go Uncounted (WDET)

They do weddings for multicultural brides. COVID-19 is disrupting their plans. (Detroit Free Press)

Hamtramck’s ‘Yemen Mural’ Lives On, For Now (WDET 101.9 FM)

The Yemen Mural’s future came into question in Hamtramck when developers unveiled plans to build in front of it. Community members came together to find a resolution for the business developers to build elsewhere and preserve the mural.

Photo Credit: Nargis Rahman

The mural on Hamtramck’s south end depicts images of people and places in Yemen.

Mosques go virtual during a COVID-19 Ramadan (Michigan Radio)

Michigan Muslims are looking for ways to create new norms in Ramadan during the coronavirus pandemic. Listen to what these two mosques are doing to adapt.

Photo Credit: Bushra Azom

Imam Abdul Latif Azom leads prayer at home during Ramadan in COVID.

Eater Detroit

Tostada Magazine 

Haute HijabContributing Writer

Brown Girl Magazine

The Muslim Observer

Metro Detroit Mommy:

The South End, Wayne State University’s Student Newspaper

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