Fatemeh Fakhraie is an editor, author, and blogger who writes about issues from her perspective as Iranian-American Muslim woman. She writes about Islamic feminism, Islam, and race for several online and print outlets, including Racialicious, B*tch magazine, and AltMuslimah.
In 2007, Fatemeh founded Muslimah Media Watch, a website dedicated to critically analyzing images of Muslim women in global media and pop culture. She served as editor-in-chief of the website from 2007 – 2011, and currently acts as a Senior Advisor.
In 2009, Fatemeh published her first book, Effects of Socioeconomic Status on Hijab Styles in Urban Iranian Women, a textbook version of her master’s thesis.
In 2011, she was published in an anthology of American Muslim women’s voices, titled I Speak for Myself.
While she continues to write and speak on occasion, Fatemeh is focusing on a career in social media. She currently works as a Social Media Specialist with brass Media Inc., an organization that works to bring financial education to young adults.
About her work
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