Black Ramadan, and the Importance of Finding Community in Isolation

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As a child, my mom would tell me stories about Ramadan in our homeland of Comoros. Some parts weren’t the most idyllic – the idea of fasting under mosquito nets without air conditioning that close to the equator is not my concept of pleasant by any stretch of the imagination.

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