What Does Being Muslim American Mean to You?

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Muslim/American: Storytelling (Sahar Baharloo)

The intersections of and conflicts between religious, ethnic, and cultural identities drives Muslim/American, a series of interactive, multimedia programs and intimate live performances in The Greene Space at WNYC. Join our diverse group of young artists, writers, chefs, comedians and journalists sharing experiences and expression, in person and online, throughout Spring 2015.

We also want to hear YOUR story!

Tell us what being a Muslim American means to you. Fill out the form below. We might feature your story during our events, on our air, and in our podcasts. 

Even better, record yourself and send us the audio!

If you have an iPhone, we recommend you use the Voice Memo feature. If you have an Android phone, we recommend you use the Voice Recorder feature.  Hold your phone’s microphone about 6 inches from your face and speak at a normal volume and pace. We’re asking for all recordings to begin with the following line: “My name is ­___ [first name only] ­___ and I live in ­­­­­­­­­­____[city, state]. ” After you share your story, hit SAVE. Email it directly to mrao@wnyc.org with Muslim/American in the subject line. Include your name and phone number.

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The intersections of and conflicts between religious, ethnic, and cultural identities drives Muslim/American, a series of interactive, multimedia programs and intimate live performances in The Greene Space at WNYC.
Laura - Direct Assurance

Dec. 01 2015 10:54 AM

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