Articles & Writing

Muslims Building Bridges unity iftars bring community together after two years of COVID-19

Grazing Boards Meet Ramadan: How Women Entrepreneurs Are Bringing This Instagram Trend to the Halal Table (The Kitchn)

Sticky Rice with Mango (or Bananas) (The Kitchn)

Dearborn: the Michigan city at the heart of the Arb-American Diaspora (Condé Nast Traveller Middle East)

National Writers Series: A Dialogue with Omar El Akkad, Author of “What Strange Paradise” (WDET)

Communities of Hope: a series featuring Detroit’s people of color who found ways to preserve and hold onto hope during the pandemic. (WDET)

Pandemic Reveals Issues Already Prevalent for Older Adults Such as Loneliness, Holistic Health Care (WDET for Journalists in Aging)

Tracked and Traced: How thousands of American Muslims ended up on the terrorist watch list (WDET/Science Gallery)

Turnout for pop-up Bangladeshi consulate fuels calls for a permanent office (Detroit Free Press)

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

People lined up outside of Kabob House, where mobile consular services were held by the Embassy of Bangladesh (Photo: Nargis Hakim Rahman)

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)

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

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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