|A Land Called Paradise|
Lena Khan | Animation & Music | 03:46
In December 2007, over 2,000 American Muslims were asked what they would wish to say to the rest of the world. This is what they said. A music video for Kareem Salama's "A Land Called Paradise."
Mediha | Animation & Music | 04:13
This is a funny/immature look on a young girls' view of a traditional arranged marriage. It's something most teens growing up here go through. I state that it IS tradition. And unfortunately, for a good number of Muslims, tradition still holds a strong presence [rather then Islam], especially for South Asians. This holds true for non-Muslim South Asians as well. The film talks about culture, not I. ... More
|Durrah And Amasa|
Fatimah Ashaela Ibrahim | Animation & Music | 01:27
Durrah and Amasa answer questions about Islam.
|I, Too, Sing America|
Joan Mandell | Animation & Music | 02:02
What will Amal sing? The director asks viewers to consider their own relationship to issues of racism, stereotyping, nationalism, patriotism and the history of discrimination against a range of immigrant Americans. Video features performance by Amal Raychouni.
|Progress Theatre's "Freedom Song"|
Progress Theatre | Animation & Music | 04:50
Interfaith touring ensemble, Progress Theatre [PT], exemplifies their mission to use art to breakdown stereotypes and inspire cross-community dialogue with their performance of "The Freedom Song" at the Washington D.C. premiere of the "Prince Among Slaves" documentary. PT's emotional performance gives voice to both the unity and diversity of the ensembles' intersecting identities as Muslim America. ... More
|Requiem For Tomorrow's Conscience|
Chris O'Dea | Animation & Music | 04:53
A poetic piece about being Muslim in a modern world.