Equal Entrance Blog

  • Test of Human Character: A Year of COVID-19

    Fazeela talks about how the one year of Covid-19 has highlighted some hidden aspects of human nature that would not have been known to us other wise. It was certainly a year of greed and sacrifice, extra care and carelessness, frustration over being unproductive and recognizing the need for routine, being lonely and the reliance on community despite being socially distant.
  • Education is Key to Post COVID-19 Recovery

    Returning to schools for in person learning has been one of the most difficult conundrums for policy makers, teachers, students and parents to come to terms with. On the one hand, we still see Coronavirus cases continue to escalate in some parts of the world and wish nothing more than for teachers and students to be in a safe and healthy environment; and on the flip side, there is the growing concern that years of progress risk being reversed. 
  • Life after Covid: Claim Your Space

    As a Muslim woman, I usually avoid shaking hands with men. Most men I come across with have been respectful of my choice. However, there are certai...
  • My Masjid, My Home

    By Maariya Rehman The Baitus Samee Mosque of greater Houston is a place I really miss. I, and many other youths today are feeling a strange emptine...

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