Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali

United States

  • City, State: Houston, TX
  • Geographic Location: North America
  • Languages: English
  • Age: 44

About me:

I am an indie author, mother of three, wife of more than 20 years, Muslim, artist, oncology nurse.

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All good things begin in the home. I have managed, with the help of Allah, to raise three intelligent, artistic, sensitive, independent children who have already managed to surpass me, not only in faith and intelligence but also goodness.
I work with women who have breast cancer. I am blessed to take the journey with them, to be their support and guide, and to learn some of the life lessons they learn.

I'm passionate about:

I am passionate about issues regarding women, their humane treatment.
I am passionate about dispelling myths and stereotypes as they serve only as barriers that keep us from reaching our true potential as human beings.
I am passionate about motherhood. There are no perfect mother's but there is the perfect attempt to be better a better human being, so that in learning by example, our children will be too.
I am passionate about my work as an oncology nurse. I try give support in all the ways that I must as a nurse, in all the ways that are requested of me as a friend to women, and in all the ways that are needed in the right time.
I am passionate about writing. I believe that every person has a gift. Some people have more than one. I believe that writing is my strongest gift among so many that I have been blessed with. I work hard to find and develop my voice so that I might say something to touch hearts and initiate conversations.
I am passionate about God. The path to Him is right before my eyes, and yet in my humanity, my weakness, I can not see it. I strive to stay on the path that I might know his will for me and fulfill that will.
I am passionate about life. It is so very short and the end is unknown to us all. I want to live it in the way that makes me most happy and in the way that is most productive while I still can.
I am passionate...

Recent Forum Entries

A woman's right to wear Hijab

52 posts | Thursday, September 12, 2013 3:39 AM

Democracy starts in Bed

11 posts | Friday, June 17, 2011 1:31 AM

Biography of Martin Luther King Jr

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Sarah Palin

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Women majority parliaments: The case of Rwanda

4 posts | Thursday, October 16, 2008 9:31 AM


Discover the Hunger Project

Discover the Hunger Project

The Hunger Project (THP) is a global, strategic organization committed to the sustainable end of world hunger by empowering millions of women and men in Asia, Africa and Latin America. In India they successfully train women to lead village councils. Learn about THP and contribute to their noble cause. (English)

Do you CARE?

Do you CARE?

Join CARE in its fight to empower women around the world. Find out how to get involved.

Promote Your African <br>Female Leader!

Promote Your African
Female Leader!

Nominate an African woman for a leadership position to Femmes Africa Solidarité. Her name will be added to a database that institutions will reference when filling vacancies --English.

Speak Out Because <br>Your Opinion Matters!

Speak Out Because
Your Opinion Matters!

No need to be a journalist to have your opinions broadcast in a newspaper. Learn how to write an effective letter to the editor. --English.

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Help End Women

Help End Women's Poverty: Support the GROWTH Act

The Global Resources and Opportunities for Women to Thrive (GROWTH) Act would address some of the most critical economic barriers women that keep women in poor countries from earning an income, barriers such as unequal property rights, lack of access to credit and trade, and poor wages and working conditions.

For the GROWTH Act to be passed, it needs concerned citizens to urge Congress to support it. Send an automatic letter to your Senators and Representatives asking them to support the bill.

What is Pink and <br>Wants Peace?

What is Pink and
Wants Peace?

Join outrageous, provocative, and creative women who are adamant to create change. From Guantanamo and Iraq to Pakistan and Darfur, take action with CODEPINK. -- English

Design Your Own <br>Political Cartoon

Design Your Own
Political Cartoon

Read Write Think will make a political cartoonist out of you. Choose your protagonist, select your scenery, and make a political statement through art. -- English

Send an SOS!

Send an SOS!

Sign the Save Our Seed (SOS) Petition and keep native and organically-grown seeds free of genetically modified organisms! --English, French, Spanish

Join the Green Belt Movement

Join the Green Belt Movement

Want to empower women and reduce carbon emissions? Come plant and grow trees with the Green Belt Movement founded by the Nobel Peace Prize laureate Wangari Maathai. Take part in a Green Belt Safaris and get to know the women who built this inspiring movement from ground up. (English)


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Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali, wife and mother of three, works as an oncology nurse at the top-ranked cancer hospital in the United States. She is also an author. Her first novel, An Unproductive Woman, will be published in 2008 and available in November.  


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