Exploring Everyday Life for American Muslims
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Scenes from a community center in Maryland. A surprise 70th birthday party in Virginia. Peaceful protests in Philadelphia. These are the types of moments you’ll find on Everyday American Muslim (@everydayamericanmuslim), a collective photo project founded by Baltimore-based photographer Zoshia Minto (@zoshiaminto) in early 2015 after three young American Muslims were killed in North Carolina. “It’s a platform for people to have a dialogue,” she says. “There’s so much negativity and misinformation out there. This is a way for people to simply appreciate that there are other aspects of American Muslims that you’re not seeing in the mainstream media.”