Muslim Women's Day

Amani Al-Khatahtbeh from Muslim Girl, is collaborating with many media outlets to officially mark March 27th as Muslim Women's Day. In the words of Amani, "It's a time to hear from a community that's often talked about but rarely given the chance to speak." HuffPost Women, Refinery29, Teen Vogue, Brit, amongst other outlets have joined the movement by celebrating the movement's mission of providing a platform for Muslim women's voices and stories to be heard. This day falls nicely in line with Women's History Month. 

Read More