SABA BARNARD is a first-generation American woman from North Carolina.  Her artistic perspective draws from her experience growing up Pakistani and Muslim in the United States.  Ms. Barnard’s portraits provide commentary on the labels that we use to identify and separate ourselves, with specific regard to gender, race, and religion.  Her focus is on the universal human experience, and she uses her portraits of Muslim women to demonstrate that diversity is not a separating factor, but a place to begin connection.

5. Ayesha K., Educator             Amna, Student

Ayesha K., Educator                                                              Amna, Student
From Technicolor Muslimah


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