Do you really want to delete project How the Turban Hijab Became a Symbol of the Modern Muslim Woman?
Do you really want to delete project Amaliah × Pinterest: Our Ramadan and Eid Campaign?
Do you really want to delete project Byrdie: These Women Want the Beauty Industry to Realise Being Muslim Is Not an Aesthetic?
Do you really want to delete project This International Women’s Day, meet the 200 Women Redefining the Creative Industry in 2018?
Amaliah is dedicated to representing Muslim women. Led by a passion to empower individuals through their identity, our work seeks to surface the many different voices and experiences within our community. We create content for Muslim women that aims to shape thought and act as a tool for cultural change. It’s never been more important for Muslim women to be heard; with over 70 contributors, Amaliah are here to surface the many different voices of Muslim women. Named by Forbes as one to watch and featured in CNN, Metro and WIRED Amaliah are rapidly becoming the place that represents Women in Generation M. Ultimately, we want to send out the message that you can be who you are as a Muslim woman, hold the beliefs that you have, while being a person of purpose and impact in this world.Locked Pro Plan feature