Muslims In America: A New GenerationNPR Correspondent Leila Fadel traveled across the country to meet young Muslims expressing themselves in new ways. Her stories were reported in collaboration with National Geographic.
Muslims In America: A New Generation
In collaboration with National Geographic, NPR's Leila Fadel meets the mosaic of young U.S. Muslims.
American Muslim college students in Ohio (front row: left to right) Halimah Muhammad (in brown hijab), Fatima Shendy, Zaina Salem, Ruba Abu-Amara, (back row: left to right) Arkann Al-Khalilee (in gray hijab), Nora Hmeidan and Lama Abu-Amara appear in an image that was featured in Uhuru, a Kent State University magazine in an issue on identity and race.
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