Rashida Tlaib, Activist, Attorney, and Congresswoman (D-MI)

After the 9/11 attacks, Rashida Tlaib and her family faced heightened scrutiny and suspicion for being Muslim. The Detroit native felt “fearful” and then frustrated, which fueled her to take political action on behalf of underrepresented communities. Now she’s become the first Muslim woman ever elected to Congress.

2018 MAKERS Conference Replay

MAKERS amplifies the dialogue around harassment, equal pay and other urgent issues, pushing the women's movement forward. #RAISEYOURVOICE

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