Reflecting on The Pulse Night Club Shooting: Being Muslim, and Gay In America

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Malik Gillani woke up last week to the Pulse Night Club news and was immediately taken over by guilt, simply because he is gay, and Muslim. Malik is the Executive Director at the theater company, Silk Road Rising and his husband, Jamil Khoury, also works there as the Founding Artistic Director. Dean invited Malik and his husband Jamil in studio to reflect on the political, social, and religious commentary that has stemmed from the terrorist attack and how it has affected their lives as a result.

 

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