Photographer Lamisa Khan teams up with artists Zeinab Saleh and Sara Gulamali to show off the everyday lives of London’s ‘Muslim Sisterhood.’
Photographer Matteo Congregalli travels from London to Manchester for his new series The House of the Prophet – a project examining the lives of new Muslims in modern-day Britain.
At a time when Islamophobia runs rampant, a London collective are offering their own counter-narrative instead of letting racism take the headline.
Photographer Mahtab Hussain's portraits explore race and representation, respect and cultural difference in a community under attack.
Fatimah Asghar and Sam Bailey discuss their web series tackling love and friendship in Chicago's artistic and queer communities.
In 2017, celebrating female lust is an act of revolt in itself. These international artists find inspiration in ancient Arab poems to render radical love.
High school student Hebh Jamal is leading the way for the next generation of voters to fight for their rights, and the fightback has already started.
Kendyl Noor Aurora is a fully tattooed head-scarf wearing Muslim woman, and she isn't afraid to practice her faith while embracing her love of getting inked.
Sandow Birk reimagines historical paintings with a contemporary political critique. His American illustrated Qu’ran project swims against rising Islamophobia.
Before lifting the world title belt, Ruqsana Begum had to overcome conflicts with her family and religion to dominate in Muay Thai.
As Islamophobia continues to rise on both sides of the Atlantic, we spoke to five British Muslims about their thoughts and fears.
When Glenna Gordon stumbled across a Muslim romance novel in Nigeria’s religious north, she entered a world where the rules of love became a barrier - a border that marked the limits of how deeply she could connect.