Ep 182: Zarinah El-Amin Naeem Stops by Prisonworld Radio Hour for #MuslimWomensDay
The Prisonworld Radio Hour is back, celebrating 9 Years of Broadcasting, with an all new episode for #MuslimWomensDay. Joining cohosts Jenny & Rufus Triplett is Zarinah El-Amin Naeem, from Detroit, Michigan. She’s an author, headwrapper, legacy creator, mother and world traveler.
Often times the stereotype of Muslim women is that they are oppressed and live very sheltered lives. Being a Black Muslim female, the trifecta, is also most challenging. This episode explores and showcases how full of life and adventure Muslim women actually enjoy.
Opening – Jenny & Rufus open the show with an acapella “Feeling Good” by Nina Simone
1:11 – The Welcome
9:05 – Prisonworld News – Gun laws, gun control, marching, back in tha day
14:25 – Zarinah El-Amin Naeem – Pt 1
25:55 – Pause for the Cause – “Happy” by Pentatonix
29:10 – Zarinah El-Amin Naeem – Pt 2
44:19 – Food for Thought – Who you frontin fo?
47:10 – ANNOUNCEMENTS
50:13 – Ride Out…
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