Coming Out Muslim: Reflections and Observations as an American Insider/Outsider
Aired On: Nov 10, 2016
Wazina Zondon discusses her work and her experiences as a queer Muslim woman raised in New York City.
A Muslim-identified Afghan woman raised in New York City, Wazina Zondon is a sexuality educator and trainer who focuses on intersectional identities. In addition to speaking about the connections between homophobia and Islamaphobia, Zondon is the co-writer and co-performer of Coming Out Muslim: Radical Acts of Love, a personal storytelling performance capturing the...
You May Also Like
ExhibitIDENTITY: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders The List Portraits is a refreshing and deeply engaging study of race, gender, class, sexuality and ethnicity in America.
Nicole and Wayne Maines sit down for an enlightening discussion about The Trans List, gender identity and Nicole's battle for transgender rights.
Catherine Opie discusses her life and work, including her iconic photography series of portraits and American urban landscapes.
LecturerA Muslim-identified Afghan woman raised in New York City, Wazina Zondon is a sexuality educator and trainer who focuses on intersectional identities.