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Mariam Youssef

Mariam Youssef is a community organizer for gender justice in Coptic-American communities. She is currently a doctoral student at Claremont Graduate University in women’s studies in religion. Mariam also serves as the vice president of the Southern California chapter of The Brotherhood of St. Moses the Black, an organization that focuses on social justice and racial reconciliation in Orthodox Christian communities. She hosts a monthly podcast called On Social Justice, engaging biblical and patristic Christian texts and thought in discussions on social justice issues.

Resources By This Author

Audio | August 1, 2015

Making Space For Women Of Color

Blog/Magazine Article | Mutuality | Blog + Magazine | February 18, 2015

Representations of Women of Color in the Media

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