Entries by Atiya

Black Muslim Hip Hop Artists Take on “Agent Orange” at the Grammys

by Fatima Ahmed In today’s politically charged climate, the Grammys found themselves becoming a platform for numerous stars to voice their political stances. From Paris Jackson and Laverne Cox shouting out important social movements like #NoDAPL and #IStandWithGavin to Adele admitting that Beyonce deserved the award for delivering the black anthem of the year, the […]

Scrumptious Sauerkraut: A Probiotic Bursting Food

by Noor H. Salem While discussing numerous tips to begin the new year on a healthy note, I advise adding probiotics to your diet. Probiotics are good, live bacteria. Our bodies need this good bacterium in order to build a balanced gut flora. Consuming a diet high in probiotics is especially helpful in easing digestion, […]

The Importance of Solidarity Between Muslims and Non-Muslim Brown Folks

by Natasha Sharma –Follow @browngirlmag Note: This article is republished from browngirlmagazine.com with permission It is no secret that since the attack on the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, Muslims and those perceived to be Muslim have been systematically targeted in America. Brown people of various religious backgrounds, nationalities, and ethnicities have faced considerable bigotry […]