My earliest memory of PTV is that of the Serial Jinnah Se Quaid-e-Azam. I was only 6 when I became enthralled by it, though I could not tell back then what exactly made me watch it. Perhaps it was Jinnahs stately form and the decisive speeches he made and how everyone seemed to be in awe of him.
These memories come back to me... Read More
“You are royal. You come from a royal background,” the Spruce Street neighbourhood boys were told in Smitty’s barbershop when they came in for their weekly haircuts. With these words, the lives of these young African American males were impacted forever.... Read More
New York, New York – African American Muslim women are a rare gift in that we have a unique perspective on what it means to be Muslim in the United States. Our historical... Read More