Nijla Baseema Mu’min is raising funds for Jinn- A Narrative Film About Identity, Islam & First Love on Kickstarter!
A shape-shifting, pepperoni- loving, black teenage instagram celebrity converts to Islam. Here’s what happens.
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Augusta County, Virginia, schools shut on sheriff’s concerns about angry calls and emails over a world religion homework assignment on Islam at Riverheads High.
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“Growing up in America has been such a blessing.”
“All of a sudden I didn’t know who I was,” Tippit said during an interview at a local coffee shop. “I have fair skin and blue eyes, but my bloodline is a mixture of English, Native American and African.”“I did an ethnic background testing and basically came up with (that) I am 1/32nd African,” Tippit said. “I have sub-Saharan African DNA.“I should have been classified as a colored person — not as a white person,” Tippit said with a smile. “By law, I should not have been allowed to attend Istrouma High School because (then) it was segregated.”Baton Rouge schools were officially desegregated in 1965, the year Tippit graduated, according to school district officials.”Click through to read more.
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People who are part of a congregation’s largest racial group are more likely to feel they belong and be more involved— regardless of whether their group is barely half or nearly all of the members, a Baylor University study shows.
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Known as: First Cantor and Rabbi of Asian decent to be ordained in North America (Senior Cantor at the Central Synagogue; On the board of the Multiracial Jewish Network; Served as faculty for the Wexner Heritage Foundation and for the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) Kallot)
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Kolten shares his story of growing up in Utah and living in Hawaii.
This 100% Mixed Show series shares stories of growing up from people around around the world. Intended to increase understanding and help us find shared experiences.