Linda Sarsour

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Online Threats Against Linda Sarsour Prompt NYPD Investigation

The threats appeared in the comments for a Facebook post about the activist's criticism of President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

WATCH: Linda Sarsour, Ibtihaj Muhammad and More Discuss Why They Wear Hijab

The activist and Olympian star in the latest episode of "The Secret Life of Muslims."

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#IMarchWithLinda Trends as Conservatives Come for Linda Sarsour

The Muslim activist drew attacks after successfully co-organizing the Women’s March on Washington, but her supporters are not having it.

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#FacingRace Livestream: Where Do We Go From Here?

Linda Sarsour, Van Jones and five other leading racial justice figures discuss how to push movements forward at Facing Race's closing plenary.

This Election Will No Longer Be About Us Without Us

During this presidential election cycle, politicians have been trading on blatantly racist and xenophobic Muslim stereotypes for airtime and voter support. Enter the Muslim online organizing platform MPowerChange.org, which is launching a new campaign to make the voices of American Muslims heard.

 

15 Remarkable Women of Color Who Rocked 2015

It's been a big year for these 15 changemakers from the worlds of political activism, art, literature, fitness and entrepreneurship.

Introducing a New Digital Political Platform for Muslims by Muslims

What would happen if Muslim-Americans created an online platform like Color of Change or Presente.org? Organizers including Palestinian-American New Yorker Linda Sarsour will find out when they launch MPOWER Change, a political platform of Muslims issues and organizing.

Facing Race Spotlight: Palestinian-American Activist Linda Sarsour

Ahead of Facing Race, the civil rights activist discusses multi-racial solidarity and the overlap between the criminalization of black, Arab and Muslim communities.