Muslim Sisterhood is a photography project that capture Muslim women in London. The project was founded by photographer Lamisa Khan, and artists Zeinab Saleh and Sara Gumali to capture the beauty of Muslim women who aren’t ‘stereotype breakers’.
M U S L I M • S I S T E R H O O D ✨
A photography project by Zeinab, Sara + @lamisaskhan that captures Muslim women in London.
"The aim is to celebrate the beauty of Muslim women, those that aren't bloggers, fashionistas or stereotype breakers." pic.twitter.com/v5d6hRUkeu
— Amaliah (@Amaliah_Tweets) January 17, 2018
Many of the images are shot in corner shops, and in front of halal butchers, businesses traditionally owned by people of colour, with the intention of celebrating the cultural diversity of London.
The project features women from a range of ethnic backgrounds, in order to represent Muslim women honestly and tackle anti-blackness within the Ummah.
SO HERE FOR THIS
— Sara Alfageeh (@TheFoofinator) January 17, 2018
I love this, absolutely gorgeous shots ????
— Sabeena (@pocobookreader) January 17, 2018
Honestly the best part of London are the beautiful Muslimahs that grace its streets. What a phenomenal project. https://t.co/kDLZqmKlMu
— Arnesa (@Rrrrnessa) January 19, 2018
The movement has gained much attention on social media. We can’t wait to see whats next.
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