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I Speak for Myself American Women on Being Muslim

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ISBN-10: 1935952005

ISBN-13: 9781935952008

Edition: 2011

Authors: Maria M. Ebrahimji, Zahra T. Suratwala

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List price: $16.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: White Cloud Press
Publication date: 5/17/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Maria M. Ebrahimji, M.A. As the Director of Network Booking and Executive Editorial Producer for CNN, Maria Ebrahimji manages a team that is responsible for guest coverage and story planning for all of the network’s special events and breaking news programming. She is a member of the South Asian Journalists Association, the Southern Center for International Studies, and serves on the board of the Emory Development Institute. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Zahra T. Suratwala, M.A. Zahra Suratwala is President/CEO of Zahra Ink, Incorporated, a marketing on a consulting firm that works with a variety of small businesses. She obtained her Masters of Arts degree in English Literature from Loyola University Chicago. Her international perspectives and ability to negotiate her identity as a Muslim American woman comes from have lived live in Bangkok, Thailand and Cairo, Egypt after growing up in the American heartland. She lives today in Chicago, Illinois.

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Unwelcome Change
The University of Life
Seeking the Present
Sporting Faith
Crossroads Hadia Mubarak
Secularizing my Graduation
A Headscarf Away from Television
What a Day Sarah Pashtoon Azad
Itchy Feet
Moment of Truth
The Writings of the Wall
There and Back Again: A Spiritual Journey
In Between Two Worlds
Hyphenated Identity
My Journey to Islam
Hello My Name Is
Ready to Wear
Learning Tolerance
A William and Mary Ramadan
Soul Baring and Barrier Breaking
Bursting out of a Bubble
A Sister in Humanity
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Truth Is Not Always Self-Evident
Shock and Awe
A Search for Peace
Army of One
2008 Campaign
Dual Identities
Creating Sarah
The Voice from Within
Lines of Bad Grammar
Questions for Discussion