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Mark Your Calendars for the First Digital Muslim Women’s Day Summit

Muslim Girl is putting on their first digital Muslim Women’s Day Summit this Saturday, Mar. 27, and you’re invited! Speakers have yet to be announced, but the summit promises to bring top allies from the media and entertainment industries together with public figures, influencers and frontline activists to amplify Muslim women’s shared experiences, and will feature remote conversations throughout the day on diverse representation, social impact, allyship and more.

The theme of this year’s Muslim Women’s Day is “healing, renewal and resilience” after the end of four years of the Trump presidency. Started in 2017 after the Trump administration’s Muslim ban, Muslim Women’s Day creates a space for Muslim women to connect and share their stories, this year focusing on the journey of navigating the Trump era and pandemic.


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To tune in, text 917-540-8278 to receive updates from Muslim Girl. They’ll send your invite to the summit straight your phone, with all the exciting details you need to make the most out of the day. Oh, and DM @muslimgirl on all socials to tell them how excited you are to celebrate Muslim Women’s Day with them this coming Saturday! 

Merry is a third-year Political Science & Economics double major at Boston University. She is currently on the pre-law track and hopes to work in politics (specifically campaign management & electoral politics) post-graduation while also focusing on the journalistic aspects of her majors. She currently contributes to a number of publications while simultaneously working as an editor at Her Campus BU. Merry was also previously the managing editor of Her Campus at VCU and worked as an editorial intern for Her Campus Media. Contact her at [email protected] & @merry.nebiyu.
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