Average Rating 0 Reviews View This documentary film features the graduation ceremony of an imam academy in Rabat, the capital of Morocco. The graduating class is unique as it includes 50 women, among the first to be officially trained as Muslim religious leaders. These women will serve as imams across the country in mosques, schools, hospitals, and prisons. The film includes additional resources including an essay about women's rights in Morocco, an interview with the US ambassador to Morocco, a photo essay, and a timeline of prominent women in Muslim history. Related Resources Islamic Culture and the Medical ArtsHistory & Culture Hip Hop and the Arab UprisingsHistory & Culture Hip Hop as Part of the Palestinian Poetic TraditionHistory & Culture Annotated Bibliography: Science & TechnologyHistory & Culture Reviews Login to submit a review There are no reviews yet for this resource.