A dialog about the contentious topic of modern muslim realities
In this hour you can hear firsthand from Zineb El Rhazoui about her experience working for Charlie Hebdo and how important protecting freedom of expression is for her. Samia Hathroubi speaks about the problem of Islamophobia and creating ostracized communities. The two debate and exchange views about the realities of muslims and muslim identity as women in Paris, France. Linda Sarsour brings an American view speaking about the evolution of, and ongoing, hatred and fear of her culture. Becca Heller talks about her motivations and contributions for an inclusive America. She is working to provide legal aid to refugees fleeing during the Muslim Travel Ban ordered by US President Trump.
Zineb El Rhazoui
a Moroccan-born French journalist and activist, and former columnist for satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo
activist in the suburbs of Paris and the director of Foundation for Ethnic Understanding in Europe
a Palestinian-American political activist
founder of the International Refugee Assistance Project
Sendungsgesgestaltung: Lauren Wagner