The Story of a Young American-Muslim Girl
A Short Film About Muslim Holidays for the Public School Classroom
Nadia’s Ramadan tells the story of a young American-Muslim girl who describes the Ramadan celebration, in which Muslims fast, or go without food and drink during the day. She narrates what happens from the beginning to the end of the day and what it means for adults and children. The video ends with a description of the Eid holiday celebration. The film has been shown in hundreds of American classrooms and was produced for PBS Learning Media by Unity Productions Foundation.
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The extensive credits of Executive Producers Alex Kronemer and Michael Wolfe span over 10 years of film making and include: Enemy of the Reich; Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World; Inside Islam: What a Billion Muslims Really Think; Allah Made Me Funny; On a Wing and A Prayer: An American Muslim Learns to Fly; Talking Through Walls; Prince Among Slaves; Cities of Light: The Rise and Fall of Islamic Spain; and Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet.