In a world that puts people into camps, I place myself in the role of the outsider, then paint a broader narrative and remind people of their humanity.
Muslims often complain that US policy marginalizes them at home and abroad. To that I would ask – so what are you doing about it?
A lot of people don't think it’s proper I'm 24 and putting on wigs. There are people who are extreme when your neck and hair is showing.
Don’t ever think you have to compromise your identity to succeed. Success will find you.
The things that I dream of are new and innovative, because as a black woman, I bring a unique perspective to the world of technology.
It’s so rare to get invited by a large entertainment company to destroy stereotypes all at once. We’re going to go for broke.
Hend Amry, better know to millions on Twitter as @LibyaLiberty, has years of fighting injustice under her belt. You want to hear what she has to say.
Our tone has mass appeal, but we are quite literally run by voices who normally wouldn’t have mass appeal.
The people who say these things look down on women, so why would I stop what I’m doing?
I think my comedic persona is very much close to my own inner monologue. It's sort of an overly cerebral goofball.
Where would I find those who accepted me for who I was, quirks and all?
Don't let anyone invalidate your ability to be an entrepreneur with the rest of the bros, just because you don't fit the archetype.