This Muslim-American life: Sharing their stories

Kate Shellnutt by Kate Shellnutt

The Inner-City Muslim Action Network, a community organizing group based on Chicago’s South Side, brings together Muslims across races and backgrounds several times a year with Community Café, an event where Muslims (and non-Muslims, as well) are given a place to gather together and connect with one another.

This summer’s Community Café put Muslim-American stories in the spotlight—through music, spoken word, skits and even funny anecdotes from the “Hijabi Monologues.”

To read the other stories in this series, visit This Muslim-American life: Young adults’ activist, artistic voices.

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