Secret Life of Muslims
This first person series uses humor and empathy to subvert stereotypes and reveal the truth about American Muslims: fascinating careers, unexpected talents, and inspiring accomplishments.
Featuring a diverse set of American Muslims from a wide range of ethnic and national origins speaking directly to their own respective experiences, the series illuminates the existing complexity and diversity of America’s 3.3 million Muslims, while pointing to a common shared humanity in an effort to contribute to a dialogue of tolerance and peace in contentious times.
The Secret Lives of Muslims | Richard McKinney
This ex-marine Marine planned to detonate an explosive at a Mosque, but after he was given a Quran everything changed.
The Secret Lives of Muslims | Rais Bhuiyan
Ten days after September 11, Rais Bhuiyan was the victim of a near-fatal hate crime. Then he fought to save his attacker’s life and launched World Without Hate an organization devoted to spreading love, compassion, and forgiveness.
The Secret Lives of Muslims | Mona and Sebastian
After San Bernardino, this couple fought Islamophobia with doughnuts and conversation
The Secret Lives of Muslims | Ayana Ife
“I was just doing me, I was having a great time, and it just so happened that I was a Muslim girl.”
Fashion designer Ayana Ife became a star as the runner-up of Project Runway’s 16th season. Here’s how she found her voice in the fashion world.
The Secret Lives of Muslims | Ibtihaj Muhammad
Ibtihaj Muhammad was the first US Olympian to wear a hijab
The Secret Lives of Muslims | Khalid Latif
Khalid Latif's reality in a post-9/11 world.
The Secret Lives of Muslims | Amaiya Zafar
"I love boxing and I love my religion."
Amaiya Zafar just started her boxing career—and she's already changing the game.
The Secret Lives of Muslims | What Is A Hijab?
Various answers to a much misunderstood question.
The Secret Lives of Muslims | What does it mean to be a Muslim
Muslim celebrities answer a surprisingly tricky question.
The Secret Lives of Muslims | Mustafa Ali
"It's a dream come true."
As a rising star in pro wrestling, Adeel Alam ditched his bad guy image and decided to become the hero he wanted to see as a kid.