Meet Ayesha Malik, our Muslim writer

We're pleased to welcome Ayesha Malik to our team of writers.

Malik is a student at Eastern Washington University where she's studying marketing and religious studies and helps lead the Compassionate Interfaith Society.

She was born in Pakistan and raised in Alaska. 

For Spokane Faith & Values she plans to write about Islamaphobia and interfaith issues.

She'll be replacing Hanane Neff-Loutf who provided an important Islamic voice to this site for several months. For personal reasons, is no longer able to contribute.

You can learn more about Malik on her author's page.

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