Refreshing, Respectful, Ethical, Sustainable: Beautiful!

View this post on Instagram "But there may be a better way to respectfully use other cultures’ designs, and @oskarmetsavaht founder and creative director of the Brazilian sportswear label @osklen, is leading the pack. Osklen’s spring 2016 collection was inspired by the designs of the Asháninka, an indigenous people who live in the Brazilian and…

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Muslima

Muslima: who are you? Who do you represent? Who do you stand with? Here I argue that there’s more to you than meets the eye. Keep reading to find out just how much more.

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Kibbe Gamine: Hijabi Edition

Do Gamines have all the fun? While they certainly can, the don’t have to, and can look as serious or sophisticated as a Dramatic or Classic. How? Keep reading to find out.

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African American Vernacular English: Different but equal – Black Girl in Maine

Same goes for Miklish (Mi’kmaq English dialect)! https://blackgirlinmaine.com/racial-and-cultural/african-american-vernacular-english-different-but-equal/

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Walk inthe Shoes of a Refugee With Emy Battuta

View this post on Instagram From my poem, "Remember Me" When a child weeps on stubborn ears when the last step falls on a fissured earth when the bombs cost less and less and the people too remember me remind me that I do not walk alone. We created this project in Zaatari camp in…

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3 Natural Fabrics That I Always Look For At The Thrift Shop – Tales From The Thrift Shop

Tales from the thrift shop is an up and coming young blogger who has a lot to say about thrifting. She’s usually thorough and well spoken, and one can learn a lot just by going through her posts. But this is probably my favorite one to date! Enjoy! https://talesfromthethriftshop.com/fabrics-to-look-for-thrift-shop/

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Keto Spice Eid Cookies (Zimtsterne)

I’m baking for Eid, and although all of the sweets I have traditionally made aren’t keto friendly, I chose to try my hand at this time-old Swiss recipe for Christmas cookies, perhaps my favorite among all cookies, and give it a slight twist to make it Keto friendly. The version I offer here is keto-friendly,…

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Eid Wreath

This year we made another Eid wreath, just because I’ve been thinking of making this for months, and was waiting for Ramadan to get going. The kids rolled up their sleeves and did their own version, which I think came out quite nice. So here you’ll find two different wreaths made simultaneously, with a slightly…

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