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I Asked Activists How American Mosques Can Be More Inclusive

This week the See Something Say Something podcast interviews folks on the challenge of building community.

Posted on June 6, 2017, at 5:58 p.m. ET

For the second episode in the See Something Say Something Ramadan series, host Ahmed Ali Akbar talks to activists and faith leaders about the ways American mosques have excluded female, LGBTQ, and black Muslims.

Specifically, he chats with Hind Makki (of Side Entrance), Margari Aziza (of MuslimARC), and El-Farouk Khaki (of the Toronto Unity Mosque).

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This episode is part of a series organized by BuzzFeed podcast See Something Say Something celebrating Ramadan with podcast episodes, posts, videos, and essays.

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