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One year on, Muslim women reflect on wearing the niqab in a mask-wearing world

By Anna Piela, Visiting Scholar in Religious Studies and Gender, Northwestern University
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One year into the pandemic, protective face masks have come to signify different things for different groups of people.

To some it’s an issue of protest, while for some others it’s a statement of social responsibility. Some people have even turned it into a style statement and are willing to spend hundreds of dollars on designer…

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