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Coming of Age as an American Muslim Woman in post-9/11 America

“I finally feel like I have the tools and agency to share the stories of my fellow Muslims”

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Fi2W on the Radio: Mosques Go Virtual During a COVID-19 Ramadan

Nargis Rahman reports for Michigan Radio on how Muslims are celebrating Ramadan virtually.

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Redefining Ramadan in the Era of Social Distancing

Former Fi2W fellow Nargis Rahman on how COVID-19 is redefining spirituality for her Muslim American family.

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Celebrating Ramadan Under the Shadow of COVID-19

Former Fi2W fellow Nargis Rahman reports from Detroit.

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A Halal Restaurant Helps Build a Community in Suburban Detroit

A radio story from the Fi2W food journalism fellowship at WDET.

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The Craft of Cakes, a Unique Expression of Bangladeshi Identity – Fi2W on the Radio

A profile of Shamsun Nehar, an engineer by day and a cake baker by night.

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Detroit Diaries: Showcasing the Community’s Strengths

A Bangladeshi journalist calls for a new approach to covering her community.

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Diversity Led Me to Becoming a Bangladeshi American Muslim Journalist

The first installment of Nargis Rahman’s Detroit diary.