In D.C., a call for restaurants to give fasting Muslims an alternative to IHOP in Ramadan

Being inclusive involves demonstrating consideration and making space for the traditions and customs of others. To encourage these practices among businesses and restaurants in the Washington D.C. area with regard to the Muslim holiday of Ramadan, Katherine Ashworth Brandt started Dine After Dark. Currently, the nonprofit partners with Martha’s Table, offering additional meals during designated hours.

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