Sabrina Wilson

Sabrina Wilson
Sabrina has been a member of various non-profits such as Memphis Voices for Palestine, Memphis Against Sexual Harassment and Assault, and the Muslims in Memphis Project. As a Muslim brought up in America and coming from an immigrant background, she has always had a strong interest in minority issues and hopes to continue her work in combating injustices throughout her career.

A Blessed Wardrobe: Using Fashion to Bring Attention to Organizations Addressing the Syrian Conflict

The Chicago Party Animals Loft, venue of A Blessed Wardrobe, was the perfect space to combine art and activism for Mariam Shibly’s fashion show. Blue painted doors welcomed guests to the runway, along with racks of high-end modest clothing decorating the walls. Vendors such as The Hijab Vault, H Cakes, and Noor Cosmetics represented Muslim-American businesses through their unique...

Rohingya Cultural Center Addresses Rohingya Genocide in Chicago Protest A group of passionate individuals and organizations fighting to bring awareness to a crisis very much overlooked, took to the streets of downtown Chicago on Saturday, September 23rd to address the Rohingya Muslim genocide. Lead by the Rohingya Cultural Center (RCC), members of the Rohingya community and their allies came together to share stories and support who the UN...




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