Khadijah VanBrakle’s book, a YA contemporary novel, is notable for tackling underrepresented social issues within Muslim communities.
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“Training Season” follows Lipa’s November 2023 release “Houdini” and her performance at the 2024 Grammys, where she performed a medley of the songs from her as-of-yet untitled third album with “Dance The Night” from "Barbie The Album."
The show offers a split-screen portrayal of King and X, following the men from their formative years to their rich, parallel stories as they shape their identities and become the change they wish to see in the world.
Lahaj begins her family epic in Lebanon at the turn of the 20th century and incorporates the unique perspectives of three generations on how one becomes an American.
Khan is known for his social media presence on Instagram and TikTok, as well as his podcast “Salaam Nerds,” which recaps popular TV and reality shows through the lens of many different cultures and perspectives to achieve a greater understanding of the world.
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.
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.