Nargis Hakim Rahman

Nargis Hakim Rahman is an award-winning Bangladeshi American Muslim writer. She works as a reporter at WDET 101.9 FM. Rahman graduated from Wayne State University, where she was a part of the Journalism Institute of Media Diversity. She is passionate about community journalism in the Greater Detroit area. She hopes to give American Muslims and minorities a voice in the press. Her work has appeared in NPR, Haute Hijab, Eater, The Muslim Observer, Brown Girl Magazine, Metro Detroit Mommy, and other publications.
Grazing Boards Meet Ramadan: How Women Entrepreneurs Are Bringing This Instagram Trend to the Halal Table
Charcuterie boards have made a huge splash in the Muslim community, especially during Ramadan, when people share food while breaking fast together.
Apr 26, 2022
In the Midst of a Global Pandemic, My Family and I Found New Traditions for Ramadan
COVID created an opportunity to take a step back and focus on what Ramadan really stands for: practicing how to become a better version of yourself; engaging in meditation, prayer, and reflection; and making your home a sanctuary.
Apr 9, 2022
Sticky Rice with Mango (or Bananas)
This version of Bangladeshi biron baath is one of my family's favorite Ramadan foods.
Apr 9, 2022