This is what a Muslim girl looks like

Updated 9:03 PM ET, Mon March 26, 2018
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One of the ways Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, founder of, begins her talks is by asking the audience to search for images of 'Muslim women' in their phone browsers. The result is more often than not a wall of women hidden behind black cloth. Aly Raff/Photodisc/Getty Images
To begin changing this misrepresentation of Muslim women in the media, partnered with Getty Images to produce a collection of positive images of Muslim women in March 2017. Jenna Masoud/Digital Vision/Getty Images
The collection features images of Muslim women with and without a hijab going about their daily business at home, with friends, and in the workplace. Alia Youssef/Digital Vision/Getty Images
"We created stock photos of Muslim women that are shot by Muslim women, led by Muslim women, and the models are Muslim women," Al-Khatahtbeh told CNN. Muslim Girl/Digital Vision/Getty Images
The idea is to push back against misconceptions of the Islamic community by diversifying the depiction of Muslim women online. Alia Youssef/Digital Vision/Getty Images
"Keyword searches for Muslim have gone up 107% on over the past year, so it's even more important to ensure images like these are surfaced at the top of our results," Pam Grossman, director of visual trends at Getty Images, said in a statement. Alia Youssef/Digital Vision/Getty Images
"Positive imagery can have a tremendous impact by fighting stereotypes, celebrating diversity, and making communities feel empowered and represented in society," said Grossman. Jenna Masoud/Digital Vision/Getty Images