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- Religious Identity is exactly "Shia"
Tags: 9/11, Afghan-Americans, Afghanistan, Culture, Culture shock, Dari, Diversity and inclusivity, Education, Families, First-generation Americans, Hijab, Immigrant parents, Islamophobia, Marriage, Mental health, Muslim women's identities, New Jersey, Non-profits, Patriarchy, Prejudice, Prison, Refugees, San Antonio, Shia Islam, The University of Texas at San Antonio
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Tags: Abadan, Austin, Brand Islam, Culture, Culture shock, Education, Educators, Hijab, Immigrants, Interior design, Iran, Iranian-Americans, Islam, Islamic Republic of Iran, Islamophobia, Kansas State University, Language barriers, Middle Eastern studies, Muslim women's identities, Nowruz, Ohio State University, Pluralism, Rituals, Textiles, The University of Texas at Austin, The Veil Unveiled, Velvet Jihad, Women's and gender studies
Tags: Accessible healthcare, Afghan-Americans, Afghanistan, Farsi, Health Careers High School, Hijab, Imam Ali, Immigrant parents, Muslim women's identities, Nahj al-Balagha, Osteopathic medicine, Ramadan, San Antonio, Shia Islam, Texas freeze, The University of Texas at San Antonio, Travel, University of the Incarnate Word