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It's a go-to book series, an encyclopedia of Jewish, Catholic, Protestant and Islamic thinkers: Paulist Press' "Classics of Western Spirituality." And it was started under the leadership of Paulist Fr. Kevin Lynch. In this interview, Fr. Kevin, age 93, talks...
Zoe Lindner (MSW student) speaks with Imam Muriz Mešić of the Bosnian Islamic Cultural Center about his family's experience immigrating from Bosnia and his work in Chicago's Bosnian community. Amina Sendić-Mešić, his wife, makes a brief appearance.
In this interview, I talk about being half-Turkish with my younger brother, and how people perceive us both.
In this interview, Muhammad asked questions about Ahmed’s race and how it affected his life. Also his overcoming of past complications in his life. Ahmed discusses how he overcame his car accident. Muhammad also asks about his childhood.
I talk with my friend (19) from a conservative country about her experience being LGBT in a religious country, her identity, and how growing up in a place like that has affected her life. I do not reveal her identity...
Ahmed & Sham, share stories about Ramadan, the month of fasting and Eid al-Fitr, the breaking of the fast, and the role these holidays play in their Muslim faith and lives.
I went to my local Masjid the other day trying to find a wise person that I could interview. I spot an elderly man who is always in the Masjid and praying as hard as he can, and ask to...
I interviewed my aunt who is a foreign medical doctor and talk about her struggles in achieving her degree being married young and having kids young. Furthermore, we discuss her adjustment from a Muslim medical doctor in Pakistan to being...
One Small Step conversation partners Hannah Mitchell [no age given] and Arlene El-Amin [no age given] discuss growing up in Montreal and Chicago. They also discuss their Unitarian and Muslim beliefs and the ways that their beliefs are similar.
Syma Mohammed (34) interviews their new acquaintance Anwar Dix (38) about his family life, career, and ties to Islam.
Pauline Johnson (68) interviews her friend, Rasheeda Ali (74), about Rasheeda’s childhood in Columbus, Georgia, her love of the piano, and her time in New York City. Rasheeda also talks about working in legal services, her career in radio, her...
Mother, Linda Minter (70), and daughter, Jowharah Abdulraheem (33), talk about the hardships that shaped them, their motivations in life, and share family stories.
Carolyn Ewing (65) reminisces with her husband, Abdul Salaam Ewing (64), on their varying influences in their path to Islam.
One Small Step conversation partners Ruth Cain [no age given] and Salma Hussein [no age given] discuss their work as social workers, their marriages, and their faith/spirituality.
Kadiatu Sheriff, my mother, gives me a look into her struggle in Africa, her move to the U.S., and how she adjusted to the American lifestyle.
I interviewed my friend Hadia and we talked about her religion and her hopes for the future
Pamela Shamshiri was nine years old when the Iranian Revolution began. Pamela and her mother and brother were in Los Angeles for Christmas when the revolution started. Her father went back to Iran, but the other three family members stayed...
Friends Sukaina Hussain (35) and Zakira Jones (22) discuss their upbringings, their faith, and perceptions around their religious practice.
Joshua Skoudis talks to Nour Mohammed about his early life, his views on religion, racism and hierarchy, and the evil of corporations.
Mona Haleem (44) interviews her mother, Noor Haleem (66), about faith, family, migration, and the ways she wants her legacy to live on.