Sebastian Robins (Mona Haydar Husband) Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth
Sebastian Robins Biography
Sebastian is known to be an educator and writer, He is the adoring husband of American poet, activist, and rapper chaplain Mona Haydar. She is well known for her viral song titled “Hijab (Wrap My Hijab)” which is a protest song.
Sebastian Robins Age
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Sebastian Robins Height
Sebastian stands at a moderate height, but he hasnt mentioned details on his exact height, soon as we have these details will update this section.
Sebastian Robins Family
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Sebastian Robins Wife
Sebastian resides in the Redwood forest of Northern California, with his adoring wife who is an American poet, activist, and rapper chaplain Mona Haydar. She is well known for her viral song titled “Hijab (Wrap My Hijab)” which is a protest song.
Sebastian Robins Net Worth
Robins has an approximated net worth ranging between $100k- $1 million.
Sebastian Robins Career
Sebastian has stayed with a Muslim wife for a long time and the duo decided to cause a change in their community as they were full of despair. In order to resist the Islamophobic backlash in their community, they by offering free coffee and donuts. The duo raised up a Peanuts-Style stand ahead of their local library to make the #AskAMuslim campaign, where they answered questions to let people get to know a Muslim.
They conceived the idea from The Secret Life of Muslims, a series of short films, created by filmmaker Joshua Seftel. Additionally, they are the new cast in the upcoming three-part documentary series, “THE GREAT MUSLIM AMERICAN ROAD TRIP” which characterizes a millennial Muslim American couple as they explore Islam’s deep roots in America on a 3000-mile journey across Route 66.
Making tons of stops between Los Angeles and Chicago, Sebastian Robins and rapper Mona Haydar visit medical students, performers, authors, entrepreneurs, and others to better understand the centuries-long Muslim experience in the United States.