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The Muslim sisters circle

The Muslim sisters circle

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A circle of sisters who want to have real conversations surrounding our new normal. Host: Nisaa and Ameenah and Producer: Hasana

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Labels? What does colorism look like in our community? Why are we labeled the angry black woman all the time? What is the label for the angry white woman? What is the Saffphire Caricature? Self perception..Join us in the conversation

In continuing to honor Black History month, we discuss how to be successful in business.. How to start a black owned business and be successful. Are you looking to start a new venture in your life, but you're afraid to take the leap.... more

We want to discuss our African American women in American and Islalmic history who have played major roles. Join us in the discussion. People don't know that Black women have been instrumental in a lot of the things we do today and the... more

We welcome Black History month with Muslim women in Business. Listen to the show as we welcome guest Asiyah to the show all the way from London. Aisyah is part of a great business where she helps with the vision, marketing, campaigns... more

How do you treat your hair? Are you natural? Do you have a perm? Sister Natasha Somailia, hair stylist, salon owner and haircare concierge will join us and tell us how to care for our hair.

Where you born Muslim? What is it like being born Muslim? Do you feel like you missed out on certain things in life? Do you feel your parents made you be Muslim or did you accept Islam for yourself?

Join us in sharing your story of how you became Muslim. What led you to Al-Islam.

When did your journey to hijab start? I didn't wear hijab at first and the transition wasn't easy.

Many people question when it is the right time to get married, but who can determine at what age that is. People struggle in marriage at young ages and at older ages. You will hear from young people who have decided on their own to... more

Mental health in Islam and seeking help. Do certain communities shy away from seeking help for mental health or seeking counseling due to the stigma behind it? If so Why?

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