Suzanne Barakat and her family suffered a devastating tragedy in February 2015 when a horrible hate crime took her brother and his family from her. In a recent TED talk, she eloquently and courageously discusses how to take control of the narrative that’s so often skewed when the media is reporting cases of Islamophobia. She also stresses the importance of becoming an ally and speaking up when we witness bigotry and discrimination. Suzanne exemplifies the epitome of grace, perseverance, and strength. Don't miss this moving speech.