Dealing with daily discrimination as a Muslim

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Dealing with daily discrimination as a Muslim

A Londoner who converted to Islam when she was 17 says she faces discrimination in the capital on a daily basis – for wearing the niqab.

Joni Clarke says that since wearing the full face veil, she has had cigarettes thrown at her and has nearly been run over.

She has now teamed up with Fixers – the national charity that supports young people to tackle issues that matter to them, and I'm pleased to say she joins me now. 

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