HALAL ROAD TRIP
There are so many incredible stories within the Muslim Community. We want to hear them all, so we’re going on a virtual road trip! Join us on our #SharingHalal journey as we share stories from real people about bringing communities together.
Next stop: Surrey, BC! Ilhan Abdullahi shares her experience of being a black woman and screenwriter, and her connection with Muslim youth.
London, ON, here we come! In this episode we chat with Nadia Fayad about starting Zaatarz Bakery & Sweets with her mom and how it became a community hot spot.
In our finale we look back at our favourite moments and share some lessons we learned on this virtual journey.
Our first stop is in Edmonton, AB. In this episode, we talk with Rabiah Farhat of Lindo Creations about how she created new ways for her family to celebrate Muslim holidays.
Hoodo Hersi is taking Canada by storm, but you don’t need Fashion Magazine to tell you that. She’s a Toronto-based Muslim comedian recently selected as a New Face: Canada at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, and has performed on Comedy Network, the CBC, and festivals and clubs all over North America.
Hoodo has had the distinct honour of hosting the TEDxToronto conference, but our favourite part of her impressive career: she makes our sides split! On The Sharing Halal Road Trip Hoodo will be talking to Canadian Muslims and sharing their inspirational stories.