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Featuring an interview with Zahra Agjee and Farrah Khan of AQSAzine and spoken word by Golshan Abdmoulaie.
AQSAzine (est. 2007) is a Toronto-based grassroots arts collective by and for young women and trans people who self-identify as Muslim. Our main project is the creation of a biannual zine of our writing, art, activism entitled AQSAzine. This zine is a creative avenue for young Muslim women and trans people to express ourselves, share our experiences and connect with others. We strive to work from an explicit anti oppressive, pro-choice, queer positive & trans positive framework. Visit: http://aqsazine.com/
This talk was produced by Ellie Gordon-Moershel.
The artwork is Coloured Flag by Zahra Agjee.
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