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Tune in for a conversation about love: how to find it, how to keep it, and what happens when you lose it. Ikhlas and Makkah speak to a few folks in different stages of their romantic journeys about relationships, marriage, and “Black Love,” that alluring concept that Barack and Michelle have us all craving.

Guests:
Imam Nadim and Mu’mina Ali, Makkah’s parents
Ihssan Tahir, @IhssanTahir, blogger at MUSLIMnLOVE
Joshua Wilkerson, Ikhlas’ husband, @AskiyaAli

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On this episode, Ikhlas and Makkah speak to a few folks in different stages of their romantic journeys about relationships, marriage, and “Black Love,” that alluring concept that Barack and Michelle have us all craving. Tune in for this conversation about love: how to find it, how to keep it, and what happens when you lose it.

On this episode of the podcast, formerly known as Haya wa Iman, Ikhlas and Makkah invite resident diaspora experts, Maryam Adamu and Samira Abderahman, to discuss being “Black,” “Black Americans,” “African Americans,” and sometimes “Americans from Africa.”

Guests:
Maryam Adamu, @maroadamu
Samira Abderahman, @SamiraImam_

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Subscribe and follow Identity Politics on iTunes, Soundcloud, Acast and Stitcher so you’ll never miss an episode. And don’t forget to rate and review us: itun.es/us/oSeegb.c

Follow us on Twitter: @i_saleem, @MsMakkah and @identitypolpod
Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/identitypolitics

Questions, comments, suggestions? Email identitypoliticspodcast@gmail.com

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Ikhlas announces a new co-host and brings Nijla Mu’min onto the podcast to discuss the importance of complex Black and Muslim representation in art and her upcoming film “Jinn.” Plus, a special shoutout to Ciara and Russell Wilson for renewing our faith in humanity.

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The things people say to Black Muslims. On this episode of the podcast, formerly known as Haya wa Iman, Ikhlas sits down with Dallas Wright in her Hyde Park home to talk about what it’s like to embrace Islam in your 20s, why no one goes to the masjid and where the cool kids hang.

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Before she was a co-host, Makkah was a guest on the early days of the podcast when it was called Haya wa Iman. In this episode, Makkah and Ikhlas discuss what it’s like #BeingBornBlackAndMuslim. We talk ATL, Wellesley and the the struggles of moving back home.

Guest: Makkah Ali

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Before there was Identity Politics, there was Haya wa Iman. In this very first episode, founder and co-host Ikhlas Saleem tries to figure out how to use a mic and record a podcast. Ikhlas sits down with her mom to discuss embracing Islam in 1970s Miami and what that meant for her spiritually and socially.

Guest: Ikhlas’ mom, Surayyah Fareed

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Intro and Outro Music:
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