64 Min Released Nov 14, 2018

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Ahmed and See Something Say Something are leaving BuzzFeed News β€” so we’re taking a moment to reflect with Bim Adewunmi, Tabir Akhter, and Sara Yasin. Ahmed talks candidly about what the show set out to do, the future of See Something Say Something, and more. Plus, we read mail from our super smart and wonderful fans.
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See Something Say Something

See Something Say Something

Each week, BuzzFeed News’ Ahmed Ali Akbar covers everything that American Muslims are talking about right now β€” misrepresentation in the media, equality in the mosque, Ashad memes, and much more.

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