National Geographic

Photo by @waynelawrence | Iman Saleh, whose parents are from Yemen, is a journalism student at Wayne State University in Detroit. This image was part of National Geographic’s May 2018 issue on Diversity in America, covering racial, ethnic, and religious groups and examining their changing roles in 21st-century life.
“There’s no doubt that today’s young people face enormous challenges. Still, the data tells us that they’re healthier, better educated, and have greater potential than any group of young people that’s come before—and I’m willing to bet that the generation that will transform the world into a better, more equal place has already been born. ” – @melindafrenchgates #Goalkeepers18




The hijab I’m gonna wear when I’m trying to get a U.S. visa 😂


@abuoasaaf قصدي لابسه حجاب مرسوم عليه علم امريكا 😑


Screw you uninformed baby!!


@travismorgan0666 and we need to deport you and yo momma


@shrook_salem.2012 طز بأمريكا


So mush hate in comments 🙄 〰


@rachellane77 wow so let me get this straight. You got mad because people were judging what she was wearing, so you judge what someone else was wearing? Great logic you got there....






Fantastic shot 👌🏼




“Get the strap”


@al__alaq it's clear should look all of the world.especially to muslims..


@ciaobellameowbella it’s not the subject in the photo demanding change it’s the ideology of her religion, if you aren’t sure how that is I suggest you read the Quran and listen to a few Imam’s teachings translated to English.


Very good 😂




Hola soy mexicano




Too bad the tea baggers are in power and they won’t leave the White House for another 40-50 years.


Love it 😍


@mai_alalawii hwa kda kda fe far2 bas feeh shabah kbeer 😍😍😍


@eldebasy @sarahosamaza3bal lool msh awi ana mna5ery msh keda 😂


This is American, from another country.

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