Fake it till you make it. What happens when you do?
Episode Notes Eid mubarak! I know I am a few days early or a few days late depending on when you read this but as of now it is the last few days of Ramadan 2020 and I got one last episode for S2 for y'all!Yup this is the season finale. This episode was actually recorded a month ago but I have been so busy that it has taken me this long to edit and get it ready for y'all. More info on my Season Finale post on isnta. For now, the episode:Arshiya Kherani is the CEO & Founder of Sukoon Active, an activewear brand designed by and for Muslim women. She is super passionate about inclusive fashion and believes a woman's access to activewear options that enable her to take charge of her wellness story. We talk about the impacts to her supply chain, her livelhood, her recent move to L.A., and how being a small business owner in the pandemic and in the muslim community pose their unique challenges. You can follow her Sukoon and Arshiya's work here: @sukoonactive @arshiya_kheraniFind out more at http://immt.pjl.networkCheck out our podcasting host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free, no credit card required, forever. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-46d7ff for 40% off for 4 months, and support Isn't Mo Quarantined Tho?.
Episode Notes Jummah Mubarak! Ramadan has started and another episode is here. Probably second to last for the season...Today's episode is a very special one since it is a crossover with another Muslim Podcaster. Well multiple podcasters. The Modern Skeptics are a group of 4 girls who produce a show called To Whom It May Concern. Here is what it is about in their own words: "To Whom It May Concern, Our opinions matter, but are rarely sought out. That’s why the 4 of us decided to come together every week to talk about how we view various issues as young, Muslim American women specializing in different professions. Through this podcast we’re hoping to build a network, promote dialogue, and connect with others who are dealing with similar issues. Join us on our journey as we talk about current events, politics, mental health, and fun light-hearted conversations. So kick back, relax, and turn that volume all the way up.Sincerely, The Modern Skeptics"And so that is what I did. I sought them out and asked if they wanted to share how Quarantine has been going for them. And it was amazing to hear. We dived into 4 very unique but intertwined lives that ranged from frontline healthcare workers to a law student wondering if the Bar is delayed. We talked book recommendations, daily routines, and how their podcast has been doing. Check it out and I hope you enjoy!Find out more at http://immt.pjl.networkCheck out our podcasting host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free, no credit card required, forever. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-46d7ff for 40% off for 4 months, and support Isn't Mo Quarantined Tho?.
Episode Notes Double digit episode count! Mamma we made it! On this episode we have @imranye, a Muslim Twitter and Muslim TikTok celebrity. As well as Founder of Hasanat.house, a collection of websites, newsletters, and apps dedicated to helping Muslims in various ways. But beyond that ImranYe is an artist. His art takes forms in many ways whether it be tik toks, tweets, software, traditional art, etc. During this episode, we dive into how the pandemic has affected his work, his day to day life, and how he got viral on various platforms. As well as why he wanted to start Hasanat House and the various services it offers. We talk about Muslim Twitter/Tik Tok, the ups and downs of having a large platform, the responsibility that comes with offering services for the ummah, and how naseeha (advice) can really help in making sure you don't mess it all up. Hope you enjoy! Find out more at http://immt.pjl.network Check out our podcasting host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free, no credit card required, forever. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-46d7ff for 40% off for 4 months, and support Isn't Mo Quarantined Tho?.
Episode Notes On this episode, I was able to talk with Nausheen Dadabhoy, a cinematographer, based out of NYC but currently back in LA with her family. We dive into how the pandemic is affecting the cinematic industry, how the stimulus applies to freelancers and gig workers, as well as the post-pandemic landscape of arts and media. Hope you enjoy! Check her out at @naushero and http://www.dpdadabhoy.com/ Nausheen Dadabhoy, is a Pakistani-American director and cinematographer from California. Nausheen has lensed a number of narrative and documentary films: J’adore Nawal (2018) for HBO Documentaries which premiered at Sundance, La femme et le TGV (2016) a live action short film Oscar nominee, Emmy winning Armed with Faith (2018 additional camera), War to be Her (2016) which aired on POV, and Conscience Point (2019) which aired on Independent Lens. Nausheen’s films have screened at festivals worldwide including TIFF, Tribeca, AFI Fest and have appeared on Netflix, PBS, Showtime, and Al Jazeera. Nausheen has been a Film Independent Project:Involve Fellow (2011), a Berlin Talents participant (2017), a Firelight Fellow (2018), a Chicken & Egg Eggcelerator Lab Fellow (2019), and a newportFILM Documentary Cinematography Fellow (2019). She was part of DOCNYC’s inaugural “40 Under 40” list. She received her MFA in Cinematography from the American Film Institute. Nausheen’s work spans four continents, over 25 countries and 11 languages. She broke boundaries in Pakistan where she was the only female cinematographer in the country. Nausheen not only shoots with cameras but with a bow and arrow as well, her eclectic interests range from archery, to fine art, to superhero comic books, and urban exploration. As a Pakistani-American she has straddled two cultures all her life. That often gives her a unique perspective as an insider and outsider. Her singular background and experiences come together to inspire her as a storyteller and help her create visuals that resonate across many cultures. Find out more at http://immt.pjl.network Check out our podcasting host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free, no credit card required, forever. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-46d7ff for 40% off for 4 months, and support Isn't Mo Quarantined Tho?.
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Episode Count
22
Podcast Count
2
Total Airtime
12 hours, 33 minutes