New Settlement Aims to Protect Muslims From Discriminatory NYPD Surveillance
“This agreement sends a critical message to the federal government and police forces around the country that law enforcement can and must do its job without resorting to discrimination.”
A Former Black Panther-Turned-FBI Informant Brings a Camera Crew to Work
For first time, a documentary film goes inside the world of an FBI informant as he befriends–and betrays–a Muslim man the agency has deemed a potential terrorist.
In New Chapter in War on Terror, Muslim-Americans Still Caught In the Middle
Religious, ethnic and civil liberties groups in the U.S. are closely watching this week’s White House Summit on Countering Violent Extremism
For One Black Muslim, a Prison Sentence for Refusing FBI Informant Recruitment
Connecting the dots between COINTELPRO and modern-day domestic surveillance of Muslims.
Revelations of U.S. Spying on American Muslims Don't Surprise Muslims
“It is not silence that will keep the government from overstepping its bounds.”
This is Where Surveillance Happens
A new project takes a different look at the NYPD’s controversial Muslim surveillance program.