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Very Political and NOT At All Neutral – Ban on Freedom of Speech at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Very Political and NOT At All Neutral – Ban on Freedom of Speech at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

You won’t be seeing an athlete bending the knee or standing up for what they believe this time, because the IOC issued a ban on freedom of speech for the 2020 Olympics held in Beijing. According to the new three-page document explaining Rule 50, Athletes are not allowed to make political hand gestures, wear armbands […]

Why All Women Must Register Their Marriage Legally

Why All Women Must Register Their Marriage Legally

Last week I met a woman – she was going through  turmoil. She turned to me for advice because the life she built bit-by-bit was crumbling down.  Her home life was a wreck and children heart-broken.  Not because she decided to get a divorce from her husband. But, because she couldn’t find a way to […]

Show Up For Humanity

Show Up For Humanity Show up for humanity and donate to humanitarian causes.

The UN General Assembly meets today in NYC to discuss world conflicts, humanitarian crisis, world hunger, climate change, eradication of poverty, quality education, and inclusion.  All this happening while your average citizen will go about living their daily life immune to the world suffering, not because they don’t care, but because they don’t know what […]

6 Reasons Why Every Empowered Woman Should Read Leading While Muslim

6 Reasons Why Every Empowered Woman Should Read Leading While Muslim Leading While Muslim is a research on American Muslim Principals after the attack of 9/11. In this blog we discuss why every empowered woman should read Leading While Muslim by Dr. Debbie Almontaser

There has been sizeable research after 9/11 and its effects on the public sectors including our schools and students. However, no data was gathered about Muslim American principals. When I see the power of The Squad; our four congresswomen of color, it justifies the ultimate foundations of my book. Leading while Muslim, Black, Latinx, and, […]

My First Year of Teaching: Fouls and Fumbles

My First Year of Teaching: Fouls and Fumbles Debbie Almontaser the author of Leading While Muslim talks about leadership, education, and inclusive culture. Here she reflects on her first year of teaching, the lessons learned and key takeaways.

Teaching is one of the most difficult jobs in the world because of the multiple stakeholders a teacher has to work with including students, parents, colleagues and school administration.   My first year was filled with fouls and fumbles because I was unprepared for the real world. Public relations and conflict resolution skills are a must […]