Sep 21, 2011
"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit." - Aristotle
Jun 30, 2011
As a writer, educator, speaker, 20-year relationship abuse survivor and founder of "Healthy Positive Choices" (HPC), Ms. Hameen was inspired to write on the subject of relationship abuse in order to help others.
Mar 25, 2011
"Combative jihad is definitely the type of jihad which has caused the concept itself to be, by far, the most misunderstood Islamic concept," stated Bridges Foundation Director and film writer, Imam Fadel Soliman.
Mar 18, 2011
Ideological exclusion violates Americans' First Amendment right to hear constitutionally protected speech by denying foreign scholars, artists, politicians and others entry to the U.S. Let the Obama administration know you want to hear Malalai Joya.
Mar 08, 2011
Egypt showed the world on Jan. 25 that change is possible when people are organized and exercise their voices, rather than simply doing nothing at all to contribute toward societal and governmental change.
Mar 07, 2011
Egypt's 'Women4Democracy' Collective Initiative Calls for Million Women March from Tahrir Square to 6 October Bridge Tuesday, March 8
Jan 24, 2011
Muslimah Writers Alliance and thousands of coalition members from 47 national and international cities are participating in the call for a National Day of Action to Stop FBI repression and grand jury witch hunts on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011.
Dec 14, 2010
زمام المبادرة - عائشة شوارتز / Lead the Way - Aishah Schwartz, also featuring MWA member Rania Marwan of Cairo, Egypt
Nov 20, 2010
Coalition of prominent community, civil and human rights organizations delivers open letter to President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder, Jr., in follow-up to Sept. 24 FBI raids against activists and issuance of grand jury subpoenas.
Oct 16, 2010
MWA member, The Interfaith Network board member, and Warm for Winter founder, Janice Tufte, continues to seek an end to homelessness through awareness campaign providing handmade hats and scarves to those without a place to call home.