A novel about saying no to social injustice and also focuses on themes of family and family relationships.
The sad truth is that today, young African American boys are still being murdered by white males. And those white males are still not being prosecuted for their actions.
I am Saudi. Hear me roar.
I had to learn that privilege was making me complicit.
"You don't have to thank me," she said. "I know what it's like to be hated just for being who you are. Don't you remember the gay rights debate last month?"
Jeff Session lies under oath, Muslim Ban 2.0 gets rolled out, Nike releases its first sports hijab. Somalia faces severe drought and famine, Disney's Beauty and the Beast sparks some controversy, and anti-semitism rises in the US.
People think we're "imposter Muslims." I don't even know what that means.
So there’s this app you can get for your phone that tells you which one of your friends is racist. It's called Facebook.
I want to take opportunities like this to shed light on the difficulty of respecting the tenants of Sikhism for women, without disrespecting the struggle our brothers face each day as they rock their turbans.
We are an incredibly proud people to a fault.
No one ever said unlearning racism was easy. Trust me, I’ve been doing it my whole life.
There are some words that are hard to forget, words like, "Every strand of hair that I see on your head is a sin."