She also co-host of The Woman Up Podcast, an open discussion with women of all walks of life from almost every continent as they journey into self betterment, one conversation at a time.
She is currently working on her first book, a memoir on her personal journey with the niqab as a woman that veils.
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Her writings and interviews have been featured on CBC’s Fresh Air and Life Rattle Press.
When she’s not writing she attends Al Hikmah Islamic Centre for their full time program on the study of the Qur’an.
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The father of two daughters, Don lives with his wife on Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy shoreline.
More information about Don Aker can be found on his website:
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