Amani SaeedThe Yoniverse
Amani Saeed is a London-born American-British-Indian-Middle-Eastern-etc spoken word artist. She is a member of the poetry collective The Yoniverse and hosts its open mic night, Golden Tongue. Her work tackles a range of issues including the struggles of having a multifaceted identity, how to love after abuse, and being a ‘bad Muslim.’ Amani’s poetry has been described as ‘electric,’ ‘strident,’ and ‘brave.’ Her debut collection of poetry, Split, was published with Burning Eye Books.
Halal, is it me you’re looking for: dating as a Muslim woman in 2019
Modern dating is a hazardous experience. It becomes even more so when you’re a young Muslim woman juggling sex, dating apps, and your relationship with God – under the spotlight of the media and the ummah. A discussion on how we navigate and take control of our personal, intimate lives when they are publicised, politicised, and policed.