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The 2021 Pop Convergence: A Virtual Pop Conference, April 22-25th
Artwork by Alex Nero; Design by The Art Dictator
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Sabina Khan-Ibarra

Half Moon Bay, California
Sabina Khan-Ibarra is a writer and Muslim Feminist (she is still working on a definition of Feminist that fits her ideology) who advocates and demands equal rights and space for women in all scopes. Sabina is a writer and editor with work published on BlogHer, Huffington Post, InCulture Magazine, Patheos, Love Inshallah, Brown Girl Magazines, and other outlets. She is also a columnist at Roar Feminist, writing about issues close to her heart. In 2013, Sabina created Muslimah Montage as a platform for women to share their stories. Sabina is currently working on her memoir, The Crown of my Heart about her journey as a Pashtun American Muslim woman growing up in Northern California. She is an MFA creative non-fiction candidate at San Francisco State University. Sabina spends her days wrestling and reading (in that order) with her family- a husband and two children- when she isn't writing.