"Up until now Muslims were hard-working professionals, business people, and labourers... with moral values who were quietly and peacefully going on with their everyday lives in North America. Unfortunately, now when one views a Muslim one thinks of terrorists."
Zeba Hashmi wrote this to the Regina Leader-Post on Thursday October 4th, 2001. Zeba's mission is to improve the public image of Muslims. With that goal in mind, she was one of the founding members of Muslims for Peace and Justice, a Regina-based NGO. Zeba also works as a member of the Board of Directors for the Huda School, the only Islamic school in the city. This episode explores the personal crisis that Zeba faced after 9/11 and how she has responded with strength and courage in order to achieve her personal mission.
Directed By: Thomas Hale