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Episode 45: Zaki Barzinji
For this month's show, we're joined by Zaki Barzinji, the White House's Muslim American Community Liaison during the Barack Obama era. With last week's inauguration of President Donald J. Trump marking the end of Zaki's tenure in that position, he takes a look back at the beginnings of his interest in politics, how the Obama Administration tried to increase engagement with the American Muslim community, and what it felt like to be working in the White House on Election Night last year as the realization slowly dawned that we were looking at a Trump presidency. Check out the show at the embed below or at this link. As always, send any questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org, or at our Facebook page.
Rated 5 out of
The quintessential podcast about Muslim Americans
This is the quintessential podcast about the Muslim American experience! Muslims Americans contribute to the U.S. In more ways than people realize – they are your doctors, lawyers, and government worker. They entertain you through sports, literature, music and media. They work tireless as community organizers and in NGOs to make the United States a more perfect union. In this wonderful, eye-opening podcast, hosts Parvez and Zaki document some of those contributes in the form of captivating interviews. I hope you get a chance to join in on the conversation! Highly recommended.
Date published: 2014-09-24