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Kaleidoscope: Reflections on Islam is an on-demand radio show sponsored by the Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies at Stanford University and hosted by Umbreen Bhatti. We explore how people engage with Islam today. Find us online or email us at kaleidoscope@lists.stanford.edu. We'd love to hear from you.
 
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This Being Human

Aga Khan Museum & Antica Productions

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This Being Human is a new podcast by the Aga Khan Museum. In every episode, host Abdul-Rehman Malik interviews an incredible person at the top of their game on Muslim art, culture, history, and society. They'll explore everything from prayer and pilgrimage, politics and pop culture, love and education, feminism, and film, sports and music, and so much more. Through deep, thoughtful conversation, this one-of-a-kind podcast hopes to bridge divides, dispel myths, and learn things we didn’t know ...
 
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Marina Tabassum is an acclaimed Bangladeshi architect whose work includes Bangladesh’s underground Museum of Independence and the award-winning Bait Ur Rouf Mosque. She talks about working with local materials, the rich landscape of Bangladesh’s capital city, Dhaka, and why she designed $200 mobile houses to address climate change. Marina Tabassum …
 
Filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy talks about what propelled her to expose social injustices in unflinching documentaries like Saving Face and A Girl In the River. It’s a journey that took her from a childhood in Karachi, Pakistan to the offices of the New York Times, to winning two Academy Awards. Visit the Aga Khan Museum's website or follow us on …
 
This Being Human is a new podcast by the Aga Khan Museum. In every episode, host Abdul-Rehman Malik interviews an incredible person at the top of their game on Muslim art, culture, history, and society. They'll explore everything from prayer and pilgrimage, politics and pop culture, love and education, feminism, and film, sports and music, and so m…
 
Anti-Muslim hate, like hate directed at many communities, thrives online. What can we do about it? In this episode, we talk to Shahed Amanullah, one of the organizers of No2H8, a hackathon to end online hate, and Tonya Mosley, a journalism fellow at Stanford and a member of the winning team.Music credit: Kevin MacLeod, "Isolated."Photo credit: Flic…
 
This election cycle, politicians have had plenty to say about Islam and Muslims - often with little nuance or understanding. Congressman Keith Ellison offers his perspective on the role of Muslim Americans in the fight against injustice and inequality, highlighting a few changemakers and sharing the myriad ways in which Muslim Americans participate…
 
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