The Black Muslim Experience of Building a Brand With Purpose w/ Boshia Raejean, Young Black Muslimah

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You think you are passionate about too many topics and you can’t fit them all into a single brand? Do you want to create change through your business and brand? 
If you want to know how to build a brand with purpose, discover and use your full womanhood and own your experiences (and struggles!) to create change, you should listen to this podcast!
Boshia, the founder of Young Black Muslimah podcast, is a NY-based an artist and philanthropist. 

She took the time to speak with us about

  • The importance of intention and purpose in business
    • How to fit all your passions into your brand
    • The unique experience of a Black Muslim woman
    • Afrofuturism and owning your experience to create change
    • Keeping your modesty in the creative industry
    • 5 Steps to creating a brand with a purpose
    • Skills & mindsets you need to succeed in branding
    • How to keep creating content consistently
    • The true role of the woman in Islam
    • How to own & empower your womanhood in business

Comment below! Boshia’s question for you:

What do you want to see happen within our Muslim communities when it comes to diversity?

Leave it down in the comments, and share your diversity with us!

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Boshia Raejean, artist, founder and podcaster of the Young Black Muslimah podcast talks with Sina Port about how to build a brand with purpose. She speaks about her unique experience as a Black Muslim woman,  diversity, Afrofuturism and how womanhood helps her navigate her brands. As a Muslim singer and artist, she hopes to create awareness of Islam through Black art, music and community.

One Reply to “The Black Muslim Experience of Building a Brand With Purpose w/ Boshia Raejean, Young Black Muslimah”

  1. Wa alaykum assalam!
    MashaAllah sisters! Jazaakum Allahu khayran. This was so beautiful, rich, heart-warming and inspiring. Actions are but through intentions & it’s obvious that your intentions were beautiful.

    okay… what I’d very much love to see is more of this empowering sisterhood within our communities that doesn’t restrict and confine itself within the comfort zones of cultural circles.

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