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A podcast created and produced by Imran Ali Malik. "The combination of intentional and aspirational representation, the lived experiences of Malik and his guests, and dynamic storytelling that switches between first and third-person narration create a show that unfolds in real time. Imran Ali Malik has created a wildly diverse yet cohesive show that invites the listener — no matter who they are and what their background is — to participate in the experiment of life alongside him." - L.A. Rev ...
 
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Religion says, “you’ve got questions, and I’ve got answers. Art says, “you’ve got answers, and I’ve got questions.” At the intersection of those two statements, we get the show Ramy from the comedian Ramy Youssef. His work brings to life a new landscape in American comedy: being your spiritual self in public. To be one’s spiritual self in public is…
 
Read the interview on Submitter Magazine Fatima Bhutto - Pain, Power, and Politics: Making Sense of a Senseless Inheritance In this conversation, Fatima Bhutto reckons with ghosts of her past. Many of us know Fatima as the author of novels The Shadow of the Crescent Moon, and The Runaways, as well as her latest nonfiction work New Kings of the Worl…
 
"THE STRUGGLE OF MAN AGAINST POWER IS THE STRUGGLE OF MEMORY AGAINST FORGETTING." The Book of Laughter and Forgetting, 1979 Milan Kundera, Czechoslovakian, born 1929. Islam and the Black American: a free course by Dr. Sherman Jackson Islam and the Black American: Book by Dr. Sherman Jackson Stamped From the Beginning by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi Brother A…
 
What We Talk About In This Episode How this period of quarantine has affected our content/the way we work. Travel as a mutual ‘unveiling’ (in the Arabic language) and what this means. Guinea Bissau: conversion of tribes to Islam after an elder, Maulana, dreamt of the Prophet (saw)- and how Imran’s experience visiting the country was transformative …
 
THE PRESENT is a series of reflections, stories, and moments captured during the global pandemic of the novel Coronavirus. Haider Syed is a hip hop artist and poet from Toronto, Canada that goes by the name of Dialectic. Follow him on twitter and instagram. The song featured in this episode is called "Pillars of Wisdom" and can be found here. To su…
 
This week we breech the divides of social distancing and isolation by reaching out to Bassam Tariq, a Pakistani-American filmmaker whose latest project Mogul Mowgli, starring Riz Ahmed, recently premiered at the Berlinale Film Festival. In this conversation, Bassam and Imran examine how traces of religion, tradition, and history bleed together and …
 
It’s easy to get lost in the names, numbers, and contexts that inform who we are. In this podcast, we hear how Mustafa Briggs conceives identity as something that both illuminates and conceals. Piecing together aspects of identity and experience, Mustafa and other like-minded U.K. based Muslim millenials are creating a niche cultural conversation u…
 
Free-styling prayer, intentionality in craft, and creativity in devotion to God—these are a few pearls you'll find in this conversation with my mentor and dear friend, Brother Haroon Sellars. Though not a native to the Bay area, you could say his journey to the Bay has changed the course of both institutions and every heart he has encountered. On t…
 
This is a conversation with my friend Azhar Usman, a man I call the most serious man in comedy. Azhar asked me to watch Ramy Youssef’s show ‘Ramy’ on Hulu, and when I begrudgingly did, I was floored. This happened again with Aziz Ansari’s comedy special ‘Aziz Ansari Right Now’ on Netflix. As we began to unpack the significance of these two shows, w…
 
“You plan And God laughs.” That’s something I heard yesterday from a young lady who allowed my Studio team to use a room at her POC owned co-working space in Oakland. I was explaining to her that I was supposed to have an episode out by now, but that the pitch we just gave at that meeting went incredibly well, and the work load is about to sky rock…
 
This week’s episode is a look at the hidden treasure of children, and trying to see the world from their eyes. Unless we are parents ourselves, we rarely hear the voices of children, let alone spend the day with them. This is a look inside the challenge of being a working mother and the beauty that can emerge when people from the community respond …
 
This week we meet Adam, and we learn what it means to be a spiritual brother to someone, and listen to the journey of two friends on the path. Later they meet up with a teacher of theirs, Shaykh Adeyinke Mendes, before Imran has to rush to the airport to fly back to California. Written and produced by Imran Ali Malik Special thanks to Mikhail Latif…
 
AMERICAN SUBMITTER returns after a three year hiatus with a conversation with Ubaydallah Evans, an old friend and recent commencement speaker. We talk about the things that have animated our friendship from the beginning, discussing what beauty is for, how wisdom encompasses all things, and what it’s been like for both of us as seekers of knowledge…
 
The first episode of American Submitter, released January 2016. The Wikipedia entry of Menlo Park, California literally begins with the words “Menlo Park is an affluent suburb”. Apparently 21% of Menlo Park residents work at Facebook. In any case, it’s still in many ways a typical nice and quiet suburb of America. I know this because I’ve been ther…
 
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