Yasmine Diaz is a Yemeni-American artist based in Los Angeles. Her work has been featured in the BBC News, the Albuquerque Museum of Art, and is on permanent display at the UCLA School of Public Affairs. She is interested in the stories and environments of those who share experiences of being raised within multiple and often opposing cultures. Website: yasminediaz.com
In 2012, settling back into Los Angeles after traveling abroad for a few years, I decided to do the unthinkable for an Angelino: become a bike commuter. Despite the increasing interest in cycling, the number of cycling work commuters in…
sister-hood is a digital magazine and a series of live events. We create platforms for women of Muslim heritage to speak for themselves, rather than being spoken for or spoken about.
sister-hood challenges stereotypes and promotes the fearless, progressive, creative voices of women of Muslim heritage.