Interview with Khadijah Rose
Khadjiah Rose, more fondly known as Um Husein, sat down with Sapelo Square and reflected on the impact of the Islamic Revolution on her journey in Islam. Check out our interview with this inspirational mother, student, teacher, and trailblazer, Um Husein.
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