Despite the game’s mixed reception, praise for Fazal’s performance as Diana Prince has been overwhelmingly positive.
The book, described as a “heartfelt coming-of-age novel in verse,” tells the powerful story of a seventh grade Syrian American boy and his struggles, big and small, as he navigates middle school.
"The second I write a song, I know whether it's good or not," Lipa said.
In this week's episode, Butt interviews Neebz Khan, a digital creator whose TikTok account was banned following his posts about Palestine
The film follows Naveen (Dudheker), a timid family man yearning to find his voice who stumbles upon a mysterious support group that employs unconventional preschool activities to boost his confidence … until playtime gets dark.
After years of rumors swirling about a collaboration between the two artists, SZA has announced in a new interview with Apple Music that the two will be working together soon.
Nearly 90 years ago, Sister Clara Muhammad pioneered a school system that defied the constraints of its time. “Clara’s Fruit” sets out to preserve her legacy, shedding light on the value of alternative education options in America and creating a space for more dynamic stories about Muslim Americans.
The 15 acts nominated span genres such as pop, hard rock, hip-hop and R&B.
In an era marked by the unsettling rise of Islamophobia and antisemitism, media narratives serve as critical avenues for fostering familiarity and empathy towards communities that represent relatively small proportions of the population.
The book, which is for middle grade readers, was written by comedian and disability activist Maysoon Zayid and illustrated by Shadia Amin.
“Longing for Haifa” was written by Mohammed al-Qudwa, a young Palestinian poet living in Gaza.