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The last few years have seen a spike in the visibility of the hijab in pop culture; from hijabi characters on TV shows to hijabi models on the cover of magazines, to major sportswear companies producing their own hijabs. Many Muslims who grew up in the 90s and 00s attest to missing out on seeing the Islamic part of their identity within the characters, series, and media they grew up with. The recent inclusion of the hijab into our lines of vision is being welcomed by many as a step towards equality and representation.

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The last few years have seen a spike in the visibility of the hijab in pop culture; from hijabi characters on TV shows to hijabi models on the cover of magazines, to major sportswear companies producing their own hijabs. Many Muslims who grew up in the 90s and 00s attest to missing out on seeing the Islamic part of their identity within the characters, series, and media they grew up with. The recent inclusion of the hijab into our lines of vision is being welcomed by many as a step towards equality and representation.

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