https://soundcloud.com/minchats/episode-04-minority-life-pt-2-affirmative-action-and-college-life Anika, Maha, Young, Dane, and Jason talk about affirmative action and minority life on college campuses
EP 14 of What Muslims Look Like features Khaled Beydoun, an activist and law professor at The University of Detroit – Mercy, and Nura Sediqe, a Ph.D.…… Read more “EP 14: Khaled Beydoun and Nura Sediqe discuss SCOTUS, privilege, and more”
https://soundcloud.com/minchats/episode-03-minority-life-pt-1-integration-identity-and-language Anika, Maha, Young, Dane, and Jason talk about growing up as children of immigrants.
EP 13 of What Muslims Look Like features Misha Khan, a middle-school English language teacher in a New York public school. She proudly identifies as Pakistani-American and…… Read more “EP 13: Misha Khan discusses being a hijabi public schoolteacher, her journey to education and following her dreams”
https://soundcloud.com/minchats/episode-02-post-grad-life-and Dane, Ish, and Jason talk about life after graduation, reflect on the (career?) paths they’ve been on, and share albums that they liked from this…… Read more “Episode 02 – Post Grad Life and Favorite Albums of the Year (So Far)”
This our first Podcast from the newest contributor of That Brown Blog! “Born and Raised” is a podcast that explores the life of a South Asian Muslim…… Read more “Introducing the Born & Raised Podcast! – Episode 3: @nashtaclub”
EP 12 of What Muslims Look Like features Mahfuzul and Rushni of Jhal NYC. A civic-minded food startup, Jhal employs stay-at-home mothers to make their delicious food,…… Read more “EP 12: Mahfuzul and Rushni of Jhal NYC discuss civic-minded startups, repping the homeland and much more”
EP 11 of What Muslims Look Like features my friend and fellow Long Islander, Isaac Saqib. Critically acclaimed for his fashion brand Mercy X Mankind, Saqib is…… Read more “EP 11: fashion designer Isaac Saqib discusses MERCY X MANKIND, his childhood and culture”
https://soundcloud.com/minchats/episode-01-ramadan Our first episode on our beginnings and Ramadan, a dialogue between those who celebrate and those who don’t, featuring Anika Amin, Jin Sohn, Jason Zarate, and Maha Ashraf.
Hey, Salam! I know it’s been awhile since our last episode, and we’re so sorry for that. Juggling school, work, family and more has been challenging the…… Read more “EP 10: journalist Tibian Ahmed discusses the media, growing up in NY and anti-Blackness in the MSA”
In this week’s episode of “What Muslims Look Like”, rapper Anik Khan joins us to discuss his come-up story, his affinity for hip-hop, association to Gary Vaynerchuck,…… Read more “EP 09: rapper Anik Khan discusses his come-up, representation, hip-hop and more”
n this week’s episode of “What Muslims Look Like”, Chief Design Officer for Seek Refuge – the world’s first streetwear brand for Muslim women – Ibrahim Ijaz…… Read more “EP 08: Seek refuge chief design offer Ibrahim Ijaz discusses family, fashion and faith”
In this week’s episode of “What Muslims Look Like”, ROTC cadet and future Officer in the U.S. Army Tahir Senoussi joins us to discuss immigrating to the…… Read more “EP 7: ROTC cadet tahir senoussi discusses immigrating, the military and racism among muslims”
In this week’s episode of “What Muslims Look Like”, photographer Sara Naqui joins us to discuss her upbringing on Long Island as a Brown, Muslim girl. She…… Read more “EP 6: Photographer Sara Naqui discusses fitting in, faith and more”
In this week’s episode of “What Muslims Look Like”, artist, scientist and philanthropist Raeqa Mahmud sat down with Shefa and Ayyan to discuss her NGO, Doodles4Change, and…… Read more “EP 5: Artist, scientist and philanthropist Raeqa Mahmud discusses “doodles4change” and much more”
In this episode, we wanted to show you what we look like. We spoke about our interests and passions, from rapping to filmmaking and everything in between!…… Read more “What we look like! | EP 4”