"I started studying religion more fully and more broadly when I went to college. I realized that as a Muslim woman, my voice and my experience was being used to perpetuate a discourse that didn’t include me on either side."—Alizeh Ahmad, MTS ’18
The idea that Muslim women are more oppressed than women of other religions is a common belief in the U.S. today, but this wasn't the case 20 years ago. World Policy On Air speaks with Professor Leila Ahmed.
On the morning of Aug. 20, 1965, the fates of Ruby Sales, a 17-year-old black activist from Georgia, and Jonathan Daniels, a white Episcopalian seminarian from New Hampshire, crossed in the struggle against segregation in the South.… Read more about For Ruby Sales, Long Road to Hope