Panel discussion on the sacred month of Muharram, resistance, oppression, and Black Lives Matter with co-panelists Tariq Toure & Layla Abdullah. [embedyt] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o92eYBc4ty8[/embedyt]
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 […]
Partial clip of discussion on the life and impact of Muhammad Ali’s religious and political legacy in the aftermath of his death. The interview aired on the Dean Obeidallah show, Sirius XM satellite radio. Listen to the conversation here.
Donna participates in a lively discussion of recent and historical artistic contributions by black celebrities to issues of racial justice, interview with Mubarakah Ibrahim of New Haven Independent Radio. Listen to the conversation here.
Donna appears as guest of Dr. Pamela Brewer on MyNDTALK Radio for a discussion of Race, Ethnicity, and Islam in America: A Woman’s Point of View. Topics covered include Islamophobia, gender and discrimination, Black Muslim cultural experiences, and more. Listen to the entire interview here.
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. [powerpress]
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. [powerpress]
In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X, the Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative (www.muslimarc.org) hosted an online panel discussion of his legacy. Moderated by Margari Hill, participants include Dawud Walid of the Michigan chapter of the Council for American Islamic Relations, and Imam Khalid Griggs. Topics covered include the role of spirituality […]