12 episodes

The Hijabi Diaries: Muslim women, speaking for themselves.
The Hijabi Diaries is a radio podcast that invites ordinary Muslim women to talk about their lives, their work, their families, their dreams, why they wear the hijab, and what it's like to be a Muslim woman in America at this moment in time - when Islamophobic prejudice is on the rise in the USA.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 6 Ratings

The Hijabi Diaries: Muslim women, speaking for themselves.
The Hijabi Diaries is a radio podcast that invites ordinary Muslim women to talk about their lives, their work, their families, their dreams, why they wear the hijab, and what it's like to be a Muslim woman in America at this moment in time - when Islamophobic prejudice is on the rise in the USA.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

The Jay Sisters ,

Relatable

Love this podcast! It covers great topics you can relate to! 💗

Elizabeth Saccoh ,

Very recommend for fellow hijabis

I love this podcast, it’s one of my favorites. I found it simply searching “Hijabi”. I was born Muslim but, I’ve recently started wearing my hijab 8 months now and this podcast has helped me. It gives me a chance to listen to the stories of other hijabis and experiences that I have yet to experience. Inshallah that you guys keep this going especially during Ramadan because I really love these ❤️

JBlerrinator ,

Wonderful

Listening to this podcast really shed some light on the belief of the hijab, muslim women, and the real experiences that these human beings go through. It also exposes what muslim people are- humans. Just like anybody else. I loved the journey that Katie took in finding her belief and how she traveled, both literally and figuratively, to find her life path. Different beliefs tend to create many opportunities for confusion and in some instances, for hate, but if you can please take the time to listen to this podcast I guarantee that you will find a way to appreciate that being different is something that we all are. We are all different, so that makes us all the same.

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