"Day 1 of #Hijab30: So my experience made me feel really bad! I felt everyone looking bad at me, some people were making jokes; our classes are in groups and no one wanted to stay with me until the professor divided the groups."-Pamela Zafred 18, non-Muslim, Brazil #hijab pic.twitter.com/L8lInPvwEG— World HijabDay (@WorldHijabDay) May 19, 2018
“The experience of wearing a #hijab has been an eye-opener for me. Since I am not used to wearing the hijab in my daily life, I was not aware of the extent of the social harassment these women constantly face."-Pamela Zafred, Brazil, non-Muslim, 19 #Hijab30 pic.twitter.com/3wrTKF9R6x— World HijabDay (@WorldHijabDay) May 30, 2018
"I decided to take the #Hijab challenge again this year because I want to help people in my community understand that #Islam is not about terrorists and all the horrible things portrayed in the media."-Kayla Hajji, Mormon,USA #Hijab30 pic.twitter.com/J9rdwCPIqw— World HijabDay (@WorldHijabDay) May 31, 2018
Meet our youngest 30 Day #Ramadan #Hijab Challenge participant, Grace. She's a Christian & only 11 years old. She's taking a stand against discrimination against Muslim hijabi women. Please show her your support at: https://t.co/qh8kxKtfT2 #Hijab30 #WorldHijabDay pic.twitter.com/AeSOC6HT12— World HijabDay (@WorldHijabDay) May 17, 2018
This whole 'solidarity' thing is more for social media and to soothe white guilt.