by Rabia Ahsin
Rabia Ahsin talks about moving between different languages and different clothing choices. Her parents are Pakistani and speak Punjabi, Urdu (the official language of Pakistan), Arabic (the language of the Qur’an, the Muslim holy book), and English.
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Ahsin, Rabia, Oral history interview conducted by Zaheer Ali, September 01, 2018, Muslims in Brooklyn oral histories, 2018.006.32; Brooklyn Historical Society.
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