Hijab News

November 5, 2009

Passionately Pink for the Cure® 2009

The purpose of Pink Hijab Day was to shatter stereotypes of Muslim women by encouraging people to ask questions about hijab and Islam. The second purpose was to raise funds for cancer research. Since as there is no measurable or reliable way of determining if the first goal was achieved I am focusing on the second.

The 2nd goal of the Pink Hijab Day group was to collect at least $1,000 and they only achieved to collect $434 dollars.

Donate to the Pink Hijab Day group! They fell short of their $1,000 goal.

Join Susan G. Komen for the Cure in the Search for the Cure™ by supporting our mission to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all, and energize science to find the cures.

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Our Pink Hijabis
Ummi Wilson

Hijrah Hamid

Gabrielle Wines

Other Pink Hijabis

(source) the last 3 pictures are
courtesy of Pink Hijab Day.

Lets help this group achieve its goal!


Anonymous said...

such a powerful experience. I got all the muslim girl and a few guys from my campus to sport pink hijabis in honour of this day and cause. LOL it was cute. the guys sported the hijabs as neck scarves and the sillies wore turbans. the girls either wore classic hiajab or neck scarves. it was a great day for us on campus. People really took a notice


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