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Afghan women are sharing photos of dresses to protest the Taliban’s black hijab mandate

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Afghan women around the world are protesting the Taliban's new hijab requirement in schools by posting photos of themselves wearing colorful traditional dresses on social media. In recent days the Taliban has manda...

Young Muslim entrepreneur’s hijab designs are some of the first to be sold by a major retailer

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Hilal Ibrahim began dreaming of making hijabs more accessible to women of all cultures in high school, and now her luxury designs are available as some of the first hijabs to be sold at a major fashion retailer in t...

A student athlete sparked national change after being disqualified from a volleyball match for wearing a hijab

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US high school volleyball players no longer need approval to wear religious head coverings during matches, thanks to a 14-year-old Muslim player who inspired the rule change. The National Federation of State High Sc...

This Muslim basketball player refused to take off her hijab, opening new doors for athletes of other faiths

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Want more inspiring, positive news? Sign up for The Good Stuff, a newsletter for the good in life. It will brighten your inbox every Saturday morning. Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir dreamed of playing professional basketball...

A Muslim athlete was disqualified from her high school volleyball match for wearing a hijab

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A Tennessee high school athlete was disqualified from a volleyball match for wearing a hijab, prompting calls for a statewide rule change. Najah Aqeel, a freshman at Valor Collegiate Prep in Nashville, was warming u...