Afdhere Jama

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Afdhere Jama
Born 1980 (age 34–35)
Somalia
Occupation Writer, filmmaker

Afdhere Jama (born 1980) is an American writer and filmmaker of Somali origin.

Jama was born and raised in Somalia. He moved to America when he was a teenager. Between the years 2000 and 2010, he was the editor of Huriyah, a magazine by and for LGBT Muslims. Jama identifies as queer and Muslim.[1]

Films[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Queer Jihad: LGBT Muslims on Coming Out, Activism, and the Faith (2013)[9]

Articles[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Troubles in Baghdad. Whosoever Magazine
  2. ^ Angelenos(2012) at the Internet Movie Data Base
  3. ^ Bits(2012) at the Internet Movie Data Base
  4. ^ Over the Rainbow(2011) at the Internet Movie Data Base
  5. ^ Apart(2010) at the Internet Movie Data Base
  6. ^ From Here To Timbuktu(2010) at the Internet Movie Data Base
  7. ^ Rebound(2009) at the Internet Movie Data Base
  8. ^ Ani (One Nation Many Voices) Link TV
  9. ^ LibraryThings, Queer Jihad
  10. ^ Asha Menon, Of love and defiance, New Indian Express, January 17, 2009
  11. ^ Somali Poet Mahamud Siad Togane, A Poetic Rumble Out of the Somali Rubble, Togane.Org, Sep 06, 2004

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