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This article edmonton muslim was written by kim dukaytay. Kim is an associate professor in the Department of History and Women's Studies at the University of New Hampshire, and she studies the Islamic origins of migration in the United States. Her research focuses uae girls on immigration from the Islamic world and the Muslim migration experience, especially the United States, the UK, and Europe. Kim has recently authored numerous scholarly articles, several book chapters, and several articles in the journals. Kim's scholarly work has been published in several academic and popular venues including the journal Middle East Studies, Journal of Islam and Islamic Affairs, and the International Journal of Women's Studies. Kim is the co-author of Islam: New Patterns of Migration in the Middle East, New Directions for Muslim Studies, and the forthcoming book, Muslim Migration and Islamization: The History and Implications of America's Recent History. She is also sex dating bristol the editor and co-author of Islam in America, a scholarly history of Muslim immigration to the United States and its impact on American religious history.

Kim began studying the Muslim world while attending Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, and graduating in 2007. Her background in sweedish men the field includes a master's in English literature from the University of California, Santa Barbara, as well as a post-graduate education in Islamic Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. She has published her research articles, including "From the Heartland to the City of Angels: Muslims in America", in the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs and in the Middle East Review of International Affairs. She was also the co-editor of a book series titled "The History of Muslim Migration to America: A Comparative Perspective", which was completed in 2014. In May 2016, Kim was elected to the Portland Muslim Advisory Board, the largest Muslim American organization in the city, and serves on the board of directors of the Muslim American Society of Portland. Kim is the founding director of the Portland Community Outreach Project, an organization that provides leadership training and mentoring to Muslims in the Portland area. The Project serves Muslims across the Portland region and offers workshops and resources for both Muslims and non-Muslims. She also serves as the executive director of the Multicultural Alliance for indian matrimonial sites in canada a Healthy Portland, a community advocacy organization, and serves as the president of Portland-based Muslim Women's Resource and Information Center.

Kim has spoken out about her experiences as an immigrant and the challenges she has faced as a woman. When she first arrived in Portland, Kim says she didn't feel welcome. "I didn't feel like I was part of a community," Kim says. "I felt I was the only one who was an immigrant, that all the Muslim people were immigrants. I wasn't allowed to do what I needed to do because all the Muslim women's groups were too focused on politics." "I had to fight for that space, and it was not easy," Kim explains. "It was really hard." Despite being a member of an already-strong community, Kim says she still feels "tied up with all these things." "I don't know where I want to be. Where is my voice? Where am I going to go when I grow old?" she asks. Kim started to feel more comfortable vivastreet pakistani with her Muslim identity during her internship at the Islamic Center of Portland. "I felt like I could do more as a woman here," she says, and her personal relationships with the other women were improved as a result. "I could talk to them about being a Muslim without being like, 'oh my gosh, these people are such hateful, terrible people.'" Kim's own relationships with muslim women from her former school are now stronger, and she's proud of what she learned from her experiences. "I am muslims marriage learning to trust people, and it's really helpful to know who my friends are, who my family is, and where they come from." Kim also credits a change in her personal life with the growth in her social identity. She is now open about her relationships with men. "It was definitely a struggle with me being a lesbian, and I was afraid to be open about it with the people in my life," she says. "And I was like, 'Well, there's no shame in being in a relationship, if you want it to be, but if you don't want to be in a relationship, then that's totally okay.' It was really freeing. I just had a lot more freedom." She feels as though her life has changed in terms of her social life, too. "I think being open about myself, and being comfortable in my own skin, is just so important. I was just a big tomboy, but now I have a lot of confidence, I really like my body, and it's just a lot better for me." I ask Kim if she has ever felt like a failure. "Yeah," she responds, "I don't feel like I have done anything wrong. It's the way that I was raised and that I was given. But I feel as though I was never allowed to express myself, to be who I am. I didn't grow up with a lot of people who look like me, and we were always told that it was the way things should be." I ask her if she thinks people's attitudes towards immigrants will change. "I don't know, I think that people will probably keep going as they are now, but I think that it will be a lot more more relaxed. People are kinder now. People are not afraid of the dark anymore, it's more accepted. It's easier to say no." Aisha agrees, "I think the society will come a lot more open now." She continues, "We are now allowed to have open relationships, and people have more rights than before.