Hafsa Arain

Hafsa Arain is a Muslim interfaith activist, creative nonfiction writer, and student at Claremont Lincoln University, where is she focuses on Islam, leadership development, and feminist movements. She has spent the past decade dedicated to building interfaith solidarity for social justice, including working for Interfaith Youth Core and the Tony Blair Faith Foundation. Her writing has appeared in multiple outlets, including The Washington Post and National Public Radio. Currently, she is a regular contributor to the high/low culture blog, This Recording. You can find her on Tumblr as “SalaamWorld.”