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Stereotype Me: Muslims

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Stereotype Me: Muslims

Stereotype Me is a podcast about the stereotypes that people face going about their daily lives. Join Autumn and Bhavi as they explore the stereotypes surrounding wearing a hijab in Carmel.



  • I thought the storytelling process throughout this story was very well done. It was done from the perspective of someone who is a Muslim, and the struggles they personally face everyday. I also liked the fact that they gave some background about the Muslim faith, so that people can better understand the religion. The interview with Minahil was very inspiring, and the she explained the importance of the Hijab was very enlightening. The voices were very clear and easy to understand, and there was overall good flow.

  • Your voice is clear and shows affection. Your story telling is very well done. You provide that our society is very stereotypical, especially towards muslims and their beliefs. It is very inspiring how you are so proud of yourself arent afraid to you. Overall, well done story telling.

  • The tone of your voice was very fitting for a topic such as this one. Stereotyping is not spoken about as much as it should be. The way it was scripted was perfect for this topic. This is a serious topic and, I think that ethically it was a great decision to be made. For the mood was set right with the music bed, transitions between each of the interviews going back to the narrator was just overall well done.

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