If you are a young Muslim born and / or raised in North America, we would like to really hear from you! Since Sound Vision has been addressing issues dealing with Muslim youth for over 2 decade now, we would like to keep learning about the real challenges you face on the ground every day.
Young Muslims are going through a lot in schools and in public. From bullying to discrimination to hate crimes, American Muslim youth face it all on regular basis. Here are some statistics from credible research polls and institutes.
Why should you, a young Muslim, be helping to bring your friends closer to Allah? Islam was never meant to be an individualistic faith. Practicing Muslim youth have a crucial role to play in Dawa to fellow young Muslims.
How good school will be this year will depend on you and your efforts in meeting new Muslims. If Allah has blessed you with Muslim friends then try to reach out to other Muslims, include them in the group.
Alcohol use is a costly social and personal problem and while our youth should not be using alcohol at all, statistics indicate that in the US, alcoholism is on the rise, with nearly 30 per cent of all adults in the US having had an alcohol use disorder (AUD) at some point in their lives.
You can get help for yourself or for a friend or loved one from a Muslim counselor, Imam, friend or family member. For additional help, you can check out national, State, and local organizations, treatment centers, referral centers, and hotlines throughout the country.
Sound Vision aims to produce content that helps build bridges of understanding among Muslims and their neighbors, with emphasis on youth.
Sound Vision would like to see Muslims achieve their full potential as dynamic and creative individuals, who are comfortable with themselves and their environment.
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