It´s Not About the Burqa is the brainchild of Mariam Khan, a twenty-four-year-old activist determined to create a new narrative where Muslim women write about their lives outside the parameters of the expectations projected on them. The book will take back the narrative around Muslim women: here Muslim women will speak for themselves, be they feminist, queer, wear the hijab, believe one must be Muslim in culture as well as in faith, or whether they´re standing up to speak about what education, power and feminism mean for Muslim women. It´s Not About the Burqa doesn´t claim to speak for a faith or a group of people, but it does present us with a varied series of passionate, female voices - exactly the voices we need to be hearing.
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