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Muslim Tennesseans: A Woman's Perspective

A woman who wears a hijab, or headscarf, is readily identifiable as Muslim in Tennessee communities. Does this have an impact on how she experiences her community or how others interact with her? This conversation is launched by a brief Q & A by the facilitator with a local Muslim woman, and asks audience participants to consider their communities through her stories and perpectives, and to share their own.

The conversation is facilitated by Kalimah Azeez Rashada, Program Manager for the American Muslim Advisory Council, and her guest will be arranged locally wherever the conversation is hosted.

Request this Conversation here