Hind Makki, Donna Auston, and Sara Yasin are all engaged with Muslim identity online, so we asked them about their experience of the election, their personal projects, and how it feels to be a Muslim on the internet. Listen here Buzzfeed Article Can also be heard by searching: See Something Say Something in your favorite podcast […]
Part 2 of Donna’s radio interview on Islam Today with host Kameelah Mu’min Rashad WURD-AM Philadelphia. Donna continues the discussion on how African-American Muslims are, and have historically been, at the epicenter of socio-political events including today’s recent responses to police violence against unarmed citizens.
Standing at The Crossroads of Anti-Black Racism, Violence & Islamophobia Donna’s radio interview on Islam Today with host Kameelah Mu’min Rashad WURD-AM Philadelphia. In this conversation Donna discusses how African-American Muslims are, and have historically been, at the epicenter of socio-political events including today’s recent responses to police violence against unarmed citizens.
Islam Today Radio Host Qasim Rashad interviews Make It Plain Philly: Muslims Mobilized Against Police Brutality Rally organizers Donna Auston and Kameelah Mu’min Rashad on their thoughts, experiences and takeaways from the December 27th rally and march in Philadelphia, PA.
On Faith, Ferguson & Solidarity: An American Muslim Call To Action Donna being interviewed on WURD-AM Philadelphia’s Islam Today program discussing the events of Ferguson, MO in the wake of the non-indictment of Darren Wilson’s killing of Mike Brown, the chokehold death of Staten Island, NY’s Eric Garner and the response of the American Muslim […]
Donna’s appearance on EBRU TV’s “Fresh Outlook” with Imam Shamsi Ali, Dawud Walid, & Dr. Walter Wagner. Hosted by Logan Crawford.
Family Violence, Victim Blaming and the Kaleidoscope of Suffering WURD-AM Radio Interview w/host Kameelah Mu’min Rashad Donna joins Dr. Malik Raheem and hostess Kameelah Mu’min Rashad to discuss recent headlines involving domestic violence by professional athletes, police brutality and the killing of unarmed African-Americans, and international violence by nation states against civilians such as in […]
Donna’s post panel discussion interview at Rutgers University
Amistad Commission Summit with dedicated educators and activists from around the state of NJ at Rutgers University. The conference was held to discuss strategies of implementation for integrating black history into social studies curriculums in K-12 schools in the Garden State. Conference was sponsored by The Amistad Commission, Rutgers University Africana Studies, the NAACP, and […]
Donna A. Auston, PhD Student of Anthropology at Rutgers University radio interview on the response or lack thereof of American Muslim organizations, religious leaders and members of the community in the aftermath of the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the killing of Trayvon Martin. Donna points out how only certain sociopolitical issues seem to garner […]