15 years after 9/11, this Muslim writer is fearlessly writing from the World Trade Center

I wasn’t Asian enough; I wasn’t Moroccan enough, and despite being born in this country, I wasn’t American enough. And because I don’t wear the hijab, I often wasn’t seen as Muslim enough, so much so that it often protected me from racial and religious-based violence. However, my parents were still concerned for my future. They didn’t want their first-born daughter to experience xenophobic violence. They also wanted to ensure that I would have the same equal opportunities as everyone else.…more:  M.MIC.COM