Unsung Heroes

Unsung Heroes

Unsung Heroes – Episode 34 Cultivating Civic Engagement

We talk to Fayrouz Saad about her passion and involvement in the political sphere. As the child of immigrants, she has seen first hand how the American Dream can be attained and this drives her quest to make sure the dream is possible for all. Listen to find out more about her story and her…

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Unsung Heroes, Ep 33: Resist and Persist

We talk to attorney and activist Palak Sheth, co-founder of San Francisco based PMS — Post March Salon- as a means to providing a space for education, empowerment and healing for women of diverse backgrounds.

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Unsung Heroes, Ep 32 – WISE Up

We talk to Rana Abdelhamid, community activist, martial artist and founder of WISE – Women’s Initiative for Self Empowerment – about her journey and mission. WISE is a movement for women, by women, that focuses on empowering them physically and emotionally, with a presence in several major cities in the US and now even internationally….

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Unsung Heroes, Ep 31 An All American Muslim Journey

Saba sits down with Suehaila Amen of Dearborn, Michigan, reality tv star, community activist, educator and ambassador about her experiences and what’s in store.

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Unsung Heroes, Ep 30 – Breaking Bread with Amanda Saab

Amanda talks about using her passion for cooking as a means to connect and serve others. We are joined in the studio with a few surprise guests and we talk about the power of breaking bread to form connections.

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Unsung Heroes, Ep 29 – Women in STEM and more

Unsung Heroes, Ep 29 – Women in STEM and more

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Unsung Heroes, Ep 28 – Community Couple – Dream of Detroit

We talk to Mark Crain and Hazel Gomez about their journeys in community organizing. We talk about their current roles in empowering marginalized neighborhoods through Dream of Detroit, a local nonprofit agency dedicated to strategic housing and land development. Visit www.dreamofdetroit.org for more information.

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Unsung Heroes, Ep 27 – Catching up with Nicole Bedi

Nicole Bedi is back in our studio as she kicks off her second campaign for state rep of Michigan. We talk about the importance of local politics and why getting involved is so crucial in this sociopolitical environment.

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Unsung Heroes, Ep 26 – The World Behind My Lens

We talk to Kamran Pasha, screenwriter, director, novelist and co producer of shows such as Sleeper Cell and Bionic Woman. We discuss the importance of social entrepreneurship and how the presence of Muslim Americans in media and film helps combat stereotypes as well as affect change and policy. Kamran touches on some of the challenges…

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Unsung Heroes, Ep 25 One Story at a Time

Calvin and I sit down with community activist Agnes Fischer, native of Dearborn and founder and creator of The Solidarity 365 Project as a way of saying thank you to the Muslim friends and neighbors who helped raise her and her way of combating Islamophobia. Agnes hopes her work helps to break down barriers. She…

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