Jarron McAllister

Jarron McAllister
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Jarron graduated from Princeton University where he is majored in History and minoring in Near Eastern Studies. He hopes to learn more about American Muslim communities and their relationship with the American legal system.

Why We Rarely Hear the Term “Muslim Feminist”

Islam is often portrayed as an inherently oppressive religion with no possibility of cultivating gender equity. As a result of this inaccurate picture, many believe the religion of Islam contains mandates that oppress Muslim women. These misunderstandings are evident in conversations centered on the Muslim headscarf, or hijab. Muslim women across the world are often stereotyped as victims and...

Yemen Update: Little U.S. Support Creates Hard Times for U.S. Citizens

 In April, the Chicago Monitor’s Bill Chambers published two articles regarding the crisis in Yemen. After interviewing Yemeni Americans and researching the U.S. relationship to the situation, Chambers came to the conclusion that the U.S. government was doing close to nothing to aid its citizens who strongly desired to evacuate from Yemen. As a result of this lack of...

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