Roqayah and Kumars are joined once more by our friends Douglas Williams and Cato, two labor organizers who are the forces behind The South Lawn blog.
Mel Gibson’s emotional film “Hacksaw Ridge” tells the story of Doss, played by Andrew Garfield, and his fight not to carry a weapon on the battlefield.
On this episode, Roqayah and Kumars speak with Afrah Nasser, an independent Yemeni journalist and blogger.
In the aftermath of the attack at the Pulse nightclub, Eman Abdelhadi, a queer Muslim, saw an opportunity to challenge the erasure of LGBT Muslims.
Gorbah Hamed asked the candidates how they’ll help Muslims “deal with the consequences of being labeled as a threat to the country after the election is over?”
On this episode, Roqayah and Kumars cover the shocking rejection of a peace deal negotiated between the Colombian government and communist FARC rebels.
In her first profile for “Islam In America,” Roqayah Chamseddine speaks with Muaz Zekeria about his experiences as a Black Muslim in the gaming industry.
On this episode, we keep the focus on the massive, nationwide #PrisonStrike that began on September 9th and which we covered in our last episode.
Roqayah and Kumars interview several organizers affiliated with the prison labor strike currently happening at dozens of facilities across the country.
Ninety year-old Fidencio Sanchez has sold popsicles in Chicago for nearly 76 years, according to an interview with CNN. “I feel my body is starting to give up on me,” Sanchez said. “I suffer sometimes when it’s cold, and my arms and feet hurt.” Sanchez’s elderly wife, Eladia, used to help