Mohammed Fayaz is pushing the boundaries as a queer Muslim artist—creating art radically opposed to his cultural upbringing while balancing his faith, family, and queerness.
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Moazzam Begg Meets His Former Guantanamo Bay Guard
By Amber Ginsburg and Aaron Hughes Course One: Sweet Hot Tea In a recent conversation with one of his lawyers, Mohamedou said that he holds no grudges against any of the people he mentions in this book, that he appeals to … Continue reading
TED Fellow Negin Farsad weaves comedy and social commentary to cleverly undercut stereotypes of her culture. In this uproarious talk/stand-up hybrid, Farsad speaks on her documentary, The Muslims Are Coming!, narrates her fight with the MTA in New York and … Continue reading
In a time of much division, fear, and hate, “Dear Child” is a video series that seeks to remind us of our shared humanity. We invited Muslim parents to share a message to their children about their racial and religious … Continue reading
COMPLICATED CONVERSATIONS WITH DIRECTOR PARVEZ SHARMA ON HIS NEW FILM — A SINNER IN MECCA By Shayna Plaut, Contributing Editor, Human Rights Parvez Sharma is a gay, Muslim filmmaker, journalist and writer. He is originally from India and now lives … Continue reading