Brief breaking news podcast with Mahnoor Syed to talk about the terrorist attack in New Zealand.
Happy International Women's Day!
Had thevery creative Emily J. CEO of OVERDRESSED Chicago talk about her journey to creating her very own clothing-brand, and becoming the woman she is today.
She Speaks Diversity meets This Muslim Girl Podcast for a conjoined podcast episode!
Happy Friday everyone! Two weeks into the new year and hopefully everyone is enjoying it so far! For the feature today, we have someone that I have admired for years. I was honored when she agreed to be a guest, this week we have the incredible Nevien Shabbneh! Nevien graduated with a bachelors degree in … Continue reading Author Nevien Shabbneh
Kanwal Memon, a fashion enthusiast, multi-media art curator, poet, and future author. She uses fashion as a way to express her individuality while still curating a platform to inspire young Muslim women to express their bodies and features the same way. Her poems speak about relationships, heartbreak, and agony while following the journey of being … Continue reading Kanwal Memon
talked with The Reminders very own, Aja Black via Skype about her career and what it means to be a diverse woman.
America's first ever hijab wearing Television anchor tells us about her journey to becoming the woman she is today.
Happy Friday! Welcome back to She Speaks Diversity! This is the third Friday of the month, A.K.A: Q & A day! Boy do we have a great Q&A for you this month! For December's Q&A, I asked my Instagram followers what they thought of possibly doing a mother and daughter segment, and the results were … Continue reading QUESTION AND ANSWER MOM AND DAUGHTER ADDITION
This weeks podcast is a very real discussion with fast rising poet/ spoken word artist, Yara Daoud. Yara is a 23 year old Palestinan-American that advocates to make a change through her voice. Daoud's work focuses on Palestinian liberation, as well as anti-blackness. The young Devry alum hopes to connect voices and joined struggles through … Continue reading Yara the poet
I had the absolute pleasure of being able to sit and talk to Zainab Merchant via phone call for this weeks podcast. Zainab is a Muslim journalist, studying at Harvard. She is also an author, mother of three, and the creator of Chipakly which is a media outlet that showcases justice and creativity. You may recognize … Continue reading Zainab Merchant
Sat down with Bonnie to talk about her hard battle with breast cancer.
Hi everyone! It has been a minuet for sure! We at She Speaks Diversity have been excited to get another episode to you! This episode centers around fall and modest fashion. Oula also gives us a bit of a lesson on how to choose which brands to support. We also played our very first … Continue reading Episode 3
We are back with another episode for you! We hope you enjoy the new one. We are on Spotify and YouTube. Check us out below! Like Comment Share and Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqDKj0DUUks&feature=youtu.be
Welcome to Season two of She Speaks Diversity and the first premiering episode of She Speaks Diversity: The Veils Of America. A talk show hosted by five American Muslim women who are pursuing degrees in arts and media, while finding their opportunity to voice their opinions and spread insight on what brown women face in … Continue reading Episode 01 She Speaks Diversity: Veils Of America
Do you ever just feel lost? You know where you're going but you don't know why, or what will be at your destination? You have an idea of what you want and you see what everyone wants from you, but is it truly what you're asking for? I feel lost. often. -Yasmeen Sheikah
Hello everyone! Although the site is currently inactive because we are working on season two, I am now opening up a new section on the blog for reader emails, advice and questions! How does this work? Just send an email from the contact page or send a direct message on social media asking a question … Continue reading Advice
Finale episode of She Speaks Diversity where we recap season one and discuss what is to come for season two.
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