sister-hood is an award-winning digital magazine spotlighting the diverse voices of women of Muslim heritage.

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Sarah J

Sarah is an aspiring mish mash of things who loves film, politics and Doctors without borders.
Interviews

Review: The Story of Noon

The Egyptian Revolution in 2011 was so highly documented by demonstrators that the line between art and political activism felt arbitrary. From phone-shot clips to short films such as ‘The Egyptian Revolution’ by Abdullah Sharkas, the camera has been used…

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Interviews

Film review: Namour

When Arabs are presented on screen in American films, they are there for the purpose of embodying the western view of Arabs. They exist on screen as a human, only in relation to their stereotypes – the idea of them,…

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Opinions

The news- in black and blue

I sat with a room full of strangers, listening to the consoling hum of the news in the background of a surgery waiting room in rural Australia. Small talk radiated like warmth throughout the room due to the close-knit nature…

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