Day: March 10, 2021

Soukeyna Osei-Bonsu on the Intersection of Writing, Social Activism and Decolonisation
The Feature

Soukeyna Osei-Bonsu on the Intersection of Writing, Social Activism and Decolonisation

Poetry provides a profound way to understand something as elusive as the truth in a world that is designed to mask it- the truth of Islam, the truth of who you really are- so this is why I have taken to this form of self-expression as it helps me to hold onto it. My writing also covers Africa and the politics of blackness as this is such a foundational part of who I am and what I believe in.

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Celebrating Women's History: 5 Historical Muslim Women You Need to Know About
The Spotlight

Celebrating Women’s History: 5 Historical Muslim Women You Need to Know About

It is more heartwarming that we are taking ownership of our past and present narratives and allowing the phenomenal women of the past to shape our present and future. According to Arzoo Ahmed, founder of Muslim Women Histories, “The story of Islamic scholarship is a story of men and women, in which women were left unacknowledged.” TMWT is committed to unearthing and spotlighting the stories of these women and while this is fundamentally the goal of this platform, we will be more focused on producing content centred around celebrating women’s history in women’s history month.

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