Islamophobia

How One American Muslim Woman's Instinct Led to the Uncovering One of the Largest FBI Probes in U.S. History

In her new documentary, “The Feeling of Being Watched,” journalist Assia Boundaoui sought to find evidence for the paranoia she felt growing up in her Arab-American hometown. She ended up uncovering one of the largest counterterrorism investigations in United States history. 

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#LoveAMuslim Trends in Response to Islamophobic Message

The campaign grew out of reports of people receiving “Punish a Muslim Day” letters in their mailboxes.

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Muslim Women's Day Founder Fights Islamophobic Sexism Through Narrative

“Muslim Women’s Day is a call to action.”

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WATCH: Get Into the Supernatural, Muslim Women-Led 'The Girl Deep Down Below'

The new web series follows a group of Black and Brown Muslim women in Chicago who take matters into their own hands after several people disappear.

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Trump Urges 'Compromise' on Immigration in State of the Union Address. Critics Aren't Buying It.

The president’s hardline immigration proposals panned as divisive by Democrats and immigration advocates.

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The New Normal: Fear and Loathing as Immigration Policy

It only took President Donald Trump one week in office to turn fear into a policy provision.

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Trump Tweets Anti-Muslim Videos, World Calls Him Out

Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.): “The president is racist. There’s no doubt about that in my mind.”

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FBI: Hate Crimes Are Up

The bureau’s latest report assesses violence in 2016, a year marked by the election of President Donald Trump.

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Marine Sentenced to 10 Years for Abusing Muslim Recruits

Ex-Sergeant Joseph Felix’s behavior allegedly pushed one Muslim recruit to commit suicide during a drill exercise.

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Muslims Celebrate Their Diversity With #MuslimAnd Campaign

These seven tweets speak to the youth-driven social media campaign’s goal of celebrating Muslims in all their complexity.

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Judge Blocks Trump's 'Muslim Ban' For Third Time

Judge Derrick K. Watson ruled that the ban “plainly discriminates based on nationality.”

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Kumail Nanjiani Tells Racists to 'Do the Research' in 'SNL' Opener

“An informed racist is a better racist!”

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Airport Racism Has Stolen My Joy of Flying

For Nikko Viquiera, air travel once symbolized freedom. But racist and anti-immigrant sentiment has turned flying into a nightmare for this recent immigrant from The Philippines.

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10 Must-Read Tweets From the #MySept11MuslimStory Campaign

Sixteen years after the Semptember 11 attacks, Muslims—and those percieved to be Muslims—still endure racist violence and discrimination. This Twitter campaign chronicles their stories.

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READ: Suman Raghunathan on 9/11, Racism and 'Toxic Patriotism'

From the executive director of South Asian Americans Leading Together: “This September 11, I will remember that this is the true patriotism—working with our communities to protect each other, and in doing so, to form a more perfect union.”

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Queer, Muslim and APIA Advocacy Orgs Protest Post-9/11 Hate Violence With Weekend of #QueerAzaadi Actions

Checkpoint protests, community funerals and other actions in cities across the country will honor people impacted by state and White supremacist violence.

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Appeals Court Says 'No' to 'Muslim Ban' Family Limits

“The government does not offer a persuasive explanation for why a mother-in-law is clearly a bona fide relationship, but a grandparent, grandchild, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew or cousin is not.”

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The Dos and Dont's of Talking to Kids of Color About White Supremacy

A primer for talking to children about racism—and systems that perpetuate it—in the aftermath of the violence in Charlottesville.

I Almost Died in Charlottesville

Journalist and researcher Spencer Sunshine started observing racist hate events in the late 1980s. Last Saturday’s “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville almost killed him. Here, an unvarnished dispatch from the picturesque Virginia town—from the violent lead-up in Emancipation Park to the deadly aftermath downtown.

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FBI, ATF Investigate Minnesota Mosque Bombing

The FBI has not yet ruled the bombing at the Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center a hate crime, but confirms that the explosion was the result of a “destructive device in violation of federal law.”