June 16, 2016

Expressions of Muslim Identity

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is the co-host of True Talk, a global affairs talk show on WMNF in Tampa. She grew up in Kuwait.

is the creative director at Affinis Labs. He was previously the co-host of the Al Jazeera America show, The Stream. He’s a playwright, and a first-generation Pakistani-American.

is a PhD student at Columbia University studying Arabic and Comparative Literature.

is a professor of Middle East History at California State University in San Marcos. He has also taught in Turkey and Spain.

is a former senior program officer in the Academy for International Conflict Management and Peacebuilding at the United States Institute of Peace. She is a professor of Conflict Resolution Studies at NOVA Southeastern University.

is a poet. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts, where he is an active Muslim member of a Unitarian Universalist congregation.

grew up in Istanbul and now lives and teaches elementary school in New York.

is Mexican-American, a lawyer, and a mother. She lives in Seattle.

is a Pakistani-American author, freelance journalist, and writing coach. She is a writer for Umm Nura’s chapter book series for children, Jannah Jewels.

emigrated from Russia to Dallas, Texas when she was eight years old. She is a bilingual elementary school teacher. She grew up in the Russian Orthodox Church.

is a retired federal prosecutor and the father of 11 children. He lives in New York.

is a multimedia artist and photographer in Washington, D.C. She is the founder of D.C. Townhall Dialogues and Muslims Against Homophobia and LGBT Hate.

is an attorney specializing in labor and employment issues.

is a photographer living in Dallas, Texas.

lives in Dallas, Texas where she volunteers with the Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation.

is a Mancunian who converted to Islam in 1993.