The Art for Dark Times #GoodMuslimBadMuslim Giveaway

Art for Dark Times

It is a dark time here in the crevices of the #GoodMuslimBadMuslim bunkers. Lucky for us and for you, we have an awesome giveaway to shine some light. In honor of the She The People summit, we want to hear what woman would you give a #GoodMuslimAward to? Let us know! Use the hashtag #GoodMuslimBadMuslim and let us know in a tweet or instagram who you would give a #GoodMuslimAward to!

Our three favorite submissions will get a prize from Safwat Saleem’s project Art for Dark Times. This project is a response to a world that has grown especially dark lately. Safwat made this series of glow-in-the-dark posters, enamel pins and stickers to serve as daily reminders, for anyone who could use such a reminder, that we’re not alone in facing this darkness.

So get to it - tweet & instagram us to let us know who your Good Muslim Awardee would be! You have until October 31, 2018!

Posted on September 27, 2018 and filed under Giveaway.

Homework Links for Episode #45

Taz had an awesome time at the She the People summit hosted by Aimee Allison and was so excited to share her day with y’all in the last episode - especially given the dumpster fire of the Kavanaugh Supreme Court nominations. There was a lot going on in the last show, so here are some links so you can follow along:

Linda Sarsour, Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib and Taz Ahmed at She The People summit.

Taz Ahmed supporting #MyMuslimVote on National Muslim Voter Registration Day.

Posted on September 27, 2018 and filed under Links.

Homework Links for Episode #29


For this very special episode of #GoodMuslimBadMuslim, Zahra and Taz went to the Japanese American 1940s internment camp known as Manzanar, It was part of the annual pilgrimage that has been happening at the site for the pas 48 years.  Thank you to all the friends that allowed us to join in on this experience and a special well of love to the the Japanese American elders who were incarcerated and the activists that did the work to make sure this wasn't forgotten. 

Posted on May 27, 2017 and filed under Links.