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According to most recent estimates by the Pew Research Center, there are 3.45 million American Muslims and counting. Although commonly painted with a broad brush, the American Muslim community is anything but monolithic. According to the ISPU, "Muslims are the only faith community surveyed with no majority race". Join your host, an American Muslim Convert, as she collects the stories of the fastest growing religious minority in America.

Latest Episodes

Episode 5 : Needing Nadia

In this episode we hear Nadia Igram's story. Her Great Grandfather was one of the pioneers of the oldest American Muslim Communities. She had a typical Mid-Western upbringing but noticed from a young age that she was different. This lead to a life of advocating, uplifting others and social justice work. She holds law licenses in multiple states and is now in the beginning of her journey in a new but related career that supports the most vulnerable women in our country as they embark on a different kind of journey of their own! The episode is titled as such because the world needs more people like Nadia and our communities are better because of people like her. We hope this episode inspires you to find a way to help and empower others by using your unique and innate talents, whatever they may be! Thanks for listening!

49 MIN2019 OCT 5
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Episode 5 : Needing Nadia

Episode 4 : Converting Kaitlin

This episode features the story of the podcast host, American Muslim Convert, Kaitlin. Talking about family history, people, places, and all the other things that influenced the journey to Islam. Lots of questions, critical thinking and insatiable curiosity lead the way.

53 MIN2019 SEP 7
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Episode 4 : Converting Kaitlin

Episode 3 : Sara

In this episode we meet with one of my great friends, Sara Jawhari. She is the daughter of Palestinian Immigrants who spent her summers in Jerusalem where her Mother, Grandmother and older siblings were born. She tells us of the loss of her brother and how it ignited a life of serving others. Inspired by her work with Invisible Children she went on to work with other organizations to try to help the Palestinian Cause in the same way IC worked to help in Uganda. Her story is inspiring and full of love and light. Her advice at the end will help any soul who listens. Enjoy and follow her at @hellosarajo on instagram and twitter! Great stuff coming from her soon iA!

59 MIN2019 JUN 8
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Episode 3 : Sara

Episode 2 : Kaighla

In Episode 2 we meet Kaighla, a survivor of Spiritual Abuse and Author of The New Muslim's Field Guide and her memoir Things That Shatter (both available on Amazon). Kaighla converted to Islam in 2009 as a single mother, listen to hear her story of survival, coping and escaping her situation as a second wife in rural Egypt.

54 MIN2019 MAY 3
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Episode 2 : Kaighla

Episode 1 : Asiyah

Welcome to the first episode of 3Point45! Asiyah is a Black American Muslim Woman, Wife, Mom of 2 and Entrepreneur at Coco Shea Natural Body Care **(the voice over at 3 M is hilarious and i couldn't figure out any better way to fix that part, i know it sounds hella weird lol. Bear with me as I'm learning as I go)

23 MIN2019 APR 5
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Episode 1 : Asiyah

3 Point 45 Trailer

According to most recent estimates by the Pew Research Center, there are 3.45 million American Muslims and counting. Although commonly painted with a broad brush, the American Muslim community is anything but monolithic. According to the ISPU, "Muslims are the only faith community surveyed with no majority race". Join your host, an American Muslim Convert, as she collects the stories of the fastest growing religious minority in America.

45 s2019 JAN 21
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3 Point 45 Trailer
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Latest Episodes

Episode 5 : Needing Nadia

In this episode we hear Nadia Igram's story. Her Great Grandfather was one of the pioneers of the oldest American Muslim Communities. She had a typical Mid-Western upbringing but noticed from a young age that she was different. This lead to a life of advocating, uplifting others and social justice work. She holds law licenses in multiple states and is now in the beginning of her journey in a new but related career that supports the most vulnerable women in our country as they embark on a different kind of journey of their own! The episode is titled as such because the world needs more people like Nadia and our communities are better because of people like her. We hope this episode inspires you to find a way to help and empower others by using your unique and innate talents, whatever they may be! Thanks for listening!

49 MIN2019 OCT 5
Comments
Episode 5 : Needing Nadia

Episode 4 : Converting Kaitlin

This episode features the story of the podcast host, American Muslim Convert, Kaitlin. Talking about family history, people, places, and all the other things that influenced the journey to Islam. Lots of questions, critical thinking and insatiable curiosity lead the way.

53 MIN2019 SEP 7
Comments
Episode 4 : Converting Kaitlin

Episode 3 : Sara

In this episode we meet with one of my great friends, Sara Jawhari. She is the daughter of Palestinian Immigrants who spent her summers in Jerusalem where her Mother, Grandmother and older siblings were born. She tells us of the loss of her brother and how it ignited a life of serving others. Inspired by her work with Invisible Children she went on to work with other organizations to try to help the Palestinian Cause in the same way IC worked to help in Uganda. Her story is inspiring and full of love and light. Her advice at the end will help any soul who listens. Enjoy and follow her at @hellosarajo on instagram and twitter! Great stuff coming from her soon iA!

59 MIN2019 JUN 8
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Episode 3 : Sara

Episode 2 : Kaighla

In Episode 2 we meet Kaighla, a survivor of Spiritual Abuse and Author of The New Muslim's Field Guide and her memoir Things That Shatter (both available on Amazon). Kaighla converted to Islam in 2009 as a single mother, listen to hear her story of survival, coping and escaping her situation as a second wife in rural Egypt.

54 MIN2019 MAY 3
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Episode 2 : Kaighla

Episode 1 : Asiyah

Welcome to the first episode of 3Point45! Asiyah is a Black American Muslim Woman, Wife, Mom of 2 and Entrepreneur at Coco Shea Natural Body Care **(the voice over at 3 M is hilarious and i couldn't figure out any better way to fix that part, i know it sounds hella weird lol. Bear with me as I'm learning as I go)

23 MIN2019 APR 5
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Episode 1 : Asiyah

3 Point 45 Trailer

According to most recent estimates by the Pew Research Center, there are 3.45 million American Muslims and counting. Although commonly painted with a broad brush, the American Muslim community is anything but monolithic. According to the ISPU, "Muslims are the only faith community surveyed with no majority race". Join your host, an American Muslim Convert, as she collects the stories of the fastest growing religious minority in America.

45 s2019 JAN 21
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3 Point 45 Trailer
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