Reclaiming Our Stories

Our speaker will address images of the “Muslim” woman through a lens of a secular upbringing and a journey to intersectional humanism in a North American context.  The “Muslim” woman is not one single story any more than “the Humanist” is a completed project.  Reclaiming and insisting upon multiple narratives is a feminist act of resistance.  Humanist women emerging from Muslim backgrounds are refusing to be reduced to stereotypes or robbed of narratives of their more varied and texture selves.  Centuries of Orientalist and colonial bias in academia and politics have suppressed the complex histories and the diverse cultures from which these women emerged.

Ginan Rauf is one of the co-founders of An Nas along with Noura Embabi and Hannah Abassi. We invite you to learn more about An-Nas’s humanist vision and ongoing experiment with community building.

Music by Lindsey Wilson.

Ethics for Children meets concurrently with our Sunday programs. Please join us!

11 a.m. is gathering time, to meet and greet one another.  We start the formal program at 11:15 and usually end about 12:30.  After that, we have a time of informal conversation with some beverages and snacks.  Please feel free to bring some snacks to share!  

Our Ethics Matters theme for March is Wisdom: the practice of deep understanding, including examining what we have been taught.


Mar 08 2020


America/New York
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Meeting House


Meeting House
4450 Fieldston Road, The Bronx, NY 10471


  • Ginan Rauf
    Ginan Rauf

    Ginan Rauf is one of the co-founders of An Nas along with Noura Embabi and Hannah Abassi.


The Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture is located near the Fieldston Ethical Culture School campus in the Bronx. Click for a map to find directions:

Directions to the Ethical Society

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