Par exemple, one of my favorites of hers is the TSA Terrorist Guide Set.
The images, in Kamilah's words,
expose racialized, stereotypical representations of Muslims existing in the collective American imagination. I chose images that would reinforce a sinister, mysterious, comical and homogenous conception of the potential Muslim terrorist. Furthermore, the language I employ in the book is also a satirical representation of the semantic construction of the Muslim figure as threatening, untrustworthy, duplicitous, violent, and wholly un-American.Another of Kamilah's works, The Catastrophe: Posters and Book of Poems, juxtaposes images of Palestinian refugees in transience with poems written by Palestinian refugees.
The title, The Catastrophe, is a translation of the Arabic word An-Nakba, a term that is used by Palestinians to refer to the expulsion of 800,000 Palestinians and the systematic destruction of 531 villages, and appropriation of their homeland in 1948.
I also absolutely love her Expressive Type Study: Social Awareness Posters, in which she uses "unconventional materials to raise awareness about social issues."