Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative (Muslim ARC) relaunched the hashtag on Twitter #BeingBlackAndMuslim to show the challenges of being black and Muslim in today’s America.
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Rejecting President Trump’s Muslim ban, a Jewish filmmaker in California is giving American Muslims a chance to tell their own stories to challenge false narratives and celebrate their diverse community.
An Islamic center in Sacramento, North California, has opened its doors to welcome evacuees and residents who are in need of shelter during the threat of the Oroville Dam erosion.
Giving a lesson on unity, a Philadelphia high school basketball team wore warmup T-shirts to show solidarity with Muslims before their league championship game on Tuesday.
As many women see wearing a hijab in today’s America is a hard decision, Elhum Oskui is battling misconceptions about her hijab and religion every day when she goes to work out at Oregon State University’s Dixon Recreation Center.
For the second season, models walking on New York fashion week runway in hijab have dazzled attendants at the prestigious annual event, proving the success of Islamic fashion in the international market.
Marking Black History month, a Sacramento, a California university hosted a panel of Muslim speakers who share their stories about being black and Muslim in today’s America.
In a major protest of Donald Trump’s Muslim ban, 17 elite American universities have launched a legal challenge to the ban, seeing it threatens their ability to educate 'tomorrow’s leaders from around the world'.
Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan urged the US President to undertake a visit to Turkey and see for himself the worsening situation of refugees who had fled from the war in their countries, following his executive order banning immigrants and refugees.
An American NASA engineer was detained for several hours by US Customs officers, who forced him to unlock his PIN-protected work phone before they would let him through at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Making history in American campuses, a national organization of university religious leaders elected its first Muslim president last week in a move that could influence college diversity for years.