In developing nations, child birth is the largest cause of death among girls who are between 15 to 19 years of age. Forced child marriages are one of the biggest concerns emerging from these societies.
Noor Tagouri, a 19-year-old college student, wants to become the first Muslim hijabi anchorwoman in America.
An all-female team of students from Qatar University has created a wearable navigation device for the blind and visually imparied.
A new partnership between Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and ESPN’s John Skipper has been set forth in hopes of empowering women and girls globally through sports and mentorship.
On Apr. 10, Fremont Vice Mayor Anu Natarajan launched her campaign to become the nation’s first Indian American woman mayor.
Often called a “safe space” for American Muslims, Ta’leef Collective is an independent organization that serves as an addendum to traditional mosques in the Bay Area to support spiritual growth.
An Arab renaissance cannot be accomplished without the rise of women in Arab countries.
“Saving Face”, directed by Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy and Daniel Junge, is a film about acid violence on women in tribal Pakistan.
The news that Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy won Pakistan’s first Oscar is a bittersweet victory.
In October of 2009, Ashley Wolford found herself reciting the shahada - the Islamic declaration of faith. Three years later, she still has a hard time articulating what brought her there.