Sketchnotes of On Being Interview With Rami Nashashibi - Krista Tippett - Doug Neill - chicago, muslim american dream, dignity, disparities, hip hop, calligraphy, important conversation, islam

Sketchnotes of On Being Interview with Rami Nashashibi

After a positive response to my sketchnotes from last week’s On Being interview with Seth Godin, I decided to give the show another listen yesterday, and I wasn’t disappointed.  Host Krista Tippett interviewed activist Rami Nashashibi in Chicago, where they talked about how he came to Islam, the new American Muslim dream, and efforts to bring social justice to Chicago and the nation as a whole.  Another important conversation from a source that is quickly becoming a favorite of mine.  Here are the sketchnotes I took while listening to the longer, unedited interview:

Sketchnotes of On Being Interview With Rami Nashashibi - Krista Tippett - Doug Neill - chicago, muslim american dream, dignity, disparities, hip hop, calligraphy, important conversation, islam

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  1. These are wonderful! You really captured the parts of the interview I wanted to remember. I’m so glad you’ll keep doing it. Do you complete these while you’re listening, or do you make notes that you re-fashion later? I love it!

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      Hi Kelli, thanks for the kind words! I’m glad that the ideas that stood out to me were also the ones that you wanted to remember. I do complete these while listening. Sometimes I leave spaces that I will fill in later with an image, but the text and overall layout just come out organically as I listen. It’s lots of fun, you should give it a try some time!

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