I Speak For Myself® is an inclusive platform through which people can make themselves heard and where everyone’s voice has a place. I Speak For Myself®’s mission focuses on delivering one core product, a “narrative collection” that is mindset-altering, inspiring, relatable, and teachable. We aim to deliver interfaith, intercultural titles that are narrow in scope but rich in diversity.
I Speak For Myself is a collection of 40 personal essays written by American Muslim women under the age of 40, all of whom were born and raised in the US. It is a showcase of the true diversity shown in American Islam.
With the second book in the I Speak For Myself® series, American Muslim men speak out on their lives and how their Muslim beliefs play out in private and on the public stage.
The third book in the I Speak For Myself® series, this is a collection of essays written by Arab youth who have directly inspired and sparked a revolutionary spirit that toppled governments. Their personal stories meet at a crossroads somewhere between journalistic firsthand reports and journal entries. Each story captures the changes revolutionizing the region. Their journeys point to a vision of pan-Arab identity as seen in these connected struggles.
What happens when young, American women speak the unspeakable about our experiences of faith? The fourth book in the I Speak For Myself® series, this collection of essays unearths the taboos that have stifled us, divided us, and prevented us from feeling at home in Christian communities.
The 5th book in the I Speak For Myself® series, Father Factor: American Christian Men on Fatherhood and Faith explores the intersection between faith and fatherhood, probing the resonance and dissonance created when men examine fatherhood in all its permutations, and how it is informed by and informs their faith.
Feminists argue that you cannot be a “true” feminist if you are a practicing Christian, Muslim, or Jew. Likewise, religious practitioners claim that you cannot be a “true” Christian, Muslim, or Jew if you support feminist values. Nevertheless, women who practice these religious traditions and hold feminist values are not uncommon, and the question “Why do you stay?” is one that is frequently asked of them.
A Book of Mormons not only provides a fascinating glimpse into a religion that has taken center stage in the last presidential election, but will prompt insights into what living an encompassing religion means both individually and for the community trying to understand exactly “What does it mean to be a Mormon today?”