Boxes – A Spoken Word

Khadega closeup

“Being Sudanese means being too African for the Arabs, and too Arab for the Africans.”

Khaedega Mohammed had this to say about the Executive Order banning travel from 7 Muslim-majority countries. “9 years ago, my family and I arrived on American soil at the JFK airport, the same airport where the 2 Iraqi men were recently turned away after Trump’s #MuslimBan…We genuinely thought we would be welcomed with open arms and will build a home here, and we were and did…I never imagined there would ever come a day when people would look at us as a threat to this democracy.

Recently, she a spoken piece entitled ‘Boxes’ for #ZoulSoul, a series exploring faith, race, and Sudanese identities in Black History Month.

Khadega Mohammed is a 17 year old high school senior currently residing in Canton, Michigan. She is a spoken word artist and is unapologetically black, Muslim, and outspoken. Follow her on Twitter and subscribe to her YouTube channel.

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