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Hudda Ibrahim, author of What Color is My Hijab? talked about her book on the Black News Channel show, Ladies First, on Dec. 3.
Her book features Muslim women wearing their hijabs as they work in a number of professions: doctor, teacher, artist, politician, etc. “I wanted to write something for the Muslim community to embrace, and to satisfy the curiosity of the wider American society that wonders how much Muslim women can actually do, even pushing the limits of what they thought Muslim women could do,” says Ibrahim, who teaches diversity and social justice at St. Cloud Technical and Community College in St. Cloud, Minn. Her closet is full of hijabs in different styles, patterns, and of course, colors! Her first book, From Somalia to Snow, explores how central Minnesota became home to Somalis. Hudda hopes this book brings joy to the girls who wear hijabs and brings light to all of the people they meet.
Learn more about Hudda's work at HuddaIbrahim.com.
Great news to share about 14-year-old Sanya Pirani, founder of Sanya's Hope for Children. Her effort to help the homeless and impoverished children is getting national attention. On Dec. 5, RMA Publicity secured stories on WCCO TV and KSTP TV in Minneapolis about her holiday gift bag packing event. The stories that aired captured the attention of producers at both The Drew Barrymore Show and Good Morning America.
Sanya's story was featured on the Drew Barrymore Show on Dec. 11. Here she is reacting to news that the show will be donating $10,000 to her nonprofit. On Monday, Dec. 21, she will be on Good Morning America's "What You Need to Know" show that airs at 1 p.m. ET. A third interview is pending on Minnesota Public Radio.
Sanya Pirani is the Founder of Sanya's Hope for Children, a non-profit that supports the needs of children in Minnesota and around the world. Learn more about her work on her website: Sanyashopeforchildren.org.
Thank you to everyone who so generously donated to Sigma's Bookshelf's Give to the MAX day fundraiser in November. The campaign raised $1,215, including $500 from World Nice.
Sigma's Bookshelf is a free book publishing company for talented teen writers started by my teenage son, Justin. The non profit publishing company's GiveMN Page can be accessed here: www.sigmasbookshelf.com/donate. All donations are tax deductible and go directly towards the cost of bringing books to market. All work is performed by unpaid volunteers.
As 2020 winds down, there are a lot of people here in Minnesota—and around the world really—who are in need of healing. Hundreds of thousands of Americans have died as a result of the pandemic, including nearly 3,500 right here in Minnesota. Friends of Savaughn Jordan of Minneapolis, who was just 26 when he died in January, suspect he was one of the state’s early victims. Shortly after Savaugn’s death, George Floyd was killed, then the riots happened in Minneapolis.
Having been impacted by trauma after trauma this year, Savaugn’s friends, who are all musicians, decided to team up and work on an album that is all about healing. Whole Mvnt’s debut album, WHOLE, has just been released via streaming. In addition to original music, the album features meditations that walk listeners through a guided step-by-step process for healing from trauma. The group was featured on KARE TV in Minneapolis at 10 p.m. on Nov. 28.