Colorado’s Muslim community plays a vital role in the culture of the Centennial State. The community has grown to an estimated population of more than 70,000. They gather and worship at about fourteen mosques around the state, most of them in Aurora and the southeast Denver metro area—home to the Colorado Islamic Society, a community center, and the state's biggest mosque. Given their relatively small population, their voices are often omitted from the state’s narratives. The following are just a few of the stories of Muslim Coloradans.