Islamophobia in America drove to Sarah Khan to white-ophobia.
The Muslim American became so afraid of white people that the mother of two couldn’t leave her home.
She could hardly leave her bedroom.
That’s when she learned the power of public speaking and storytelling.
“The more raw, the more real, the more vulnerable we are in our stories,” Sarah says, “the more trust and respect we are placing on the people that we are opening up to, and the more likely they are to reciprocate.”
Now Sarah is a warrior of peace and love, a warrior with a story.
“Storytelling is the most powerful weapon of a warrior of love.”
Beyond her own story, Sarah has a wealth of stories from spiritual gurus and mystics to black comedians.
And yes. Black Lives Matter.
Check it out on this week’s episode of Story Warriors, the podcast for crafting great stories.