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Storified by CBC News Community· Thu, Jan 16 2014 14:11:30
Ammarah Ghani, who appears in the video, wrote in an NPR post that despite the controversy surrounding it, Mipsterz were pleased with the discussions the video inspired.
"The video was meant to spark an important conversation: Muslims are not monolithic," she wrote. "We are not monolithic in what we wear or how we think -- and that is part of what the video was trying to communicate. It wasn't meant to represent the entire diversity of Muslim women, or even the entire diversity of Muslim women in America. It simply shows one story that is happening in this country."
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