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Community Service Dana Hall is reaching out! Perceived as the visual representation of Islam, hijab-wearing Muslim women are often harangued at work, at home and in public life yet are rarely afforded a platform of their own. In books and in the media we are spoken on behalf of often by men, non-hijabis, and non-Muslims. Whether it is radical commentators sensationalising our existence or stereotypical norms being perpetuated by the same old faces, hijabis are tired.
Cut from the same cloth
Too often we are seen to exist only in statistics, whilst others gain a platform off the back of the hostilities we face. Cut from the Same Cloth seeks to tip the balance back in our favour. The collection will feature essays from 15 middle and working class women of all ages and races who will look beyond the tired tropes exhausted by the media and offer honest insight into the issues that really affect our lives.
Sabeena is a blogger, researcher and writer currently working for radical non-profit publishing house Tilted Axis Press. In she was commissioned to curate an online library of writers of colour for advocacy organisation, Media Diversified. She is also involved in the organisation of Bare Lit, the U. She has since been invited to discuss the subject on various media outlets. She has never been a counter terrorism advisor, an ex-Muslim, travelled extensively around the Middle East; or whatever else qualifies someone to speak on behalf of Muslim women. She has however, been a hijab-wearing Muslim woman for most of her adult life, which hopefully suggests some level of expertise in the area!
She enjoys sarcasm, Eastenders, tea and decolonisation. You can find Sabeena tweeting at pocobookreader. One of the best things about working on this project has to be all the immensely talented women I get to meet and work with. Every pre-order received, takes us one step closer to platforming these brilliant writers and sharing their highly anticipated essays with you!
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Writing in progress. Publication date: TBC.
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