Hundreds of students filled Chumash Auditorium at Cal Poly as Dalia Mogahed, a Muslim-American scholar, gave a speech on the dangers of Islamophobia.
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What is the expected impact on civil rights and civil liberties as president-elect Donald Trump prepares his cabinet? What steps should the American Muslim community take to ensure not only Muslim rights but the rights of other marginalized groups? In this video, Dalia Mogahed discusses one of the most controversial events in modern American History …
The recent elections have drawn upon deepest fears of immigrant groups nationwide, with the small but growing Muslim community fearfully anticipating Trump administration as one that threatens their security and peace of mind.
A very strong speech delivered by Dalia Mogahed for Annual United Benefit Dinner in Atlanta, GA. April, 2016. Source: the video is filmed by Deen Media Center.
The first of its kind all female panel convened this Friday at the 53rd annual convention of the Islamic Society of North America or ISNA, gathering to review of today’s headlines by the very individuals who were making them.
In a special course at the University of Pittsburgh, Muslim researcher Dalia Mogahed has warned that bigotry and Islamophobia are having a bad effect on all Americans and not only Muslim by opening door to racism.
As anti-Muslim rhetoric increases, a new poll has found that American Muslims enjoy strong patriotism, seeing their faith as important to their identity for encouraging civic engagement in their community.
In this personal, powerful talk, Muslim scholar, Dalia Mogahed talks about the big challenges faced by the Muslim community in the United States after 9/11. She talks about herself and how this date changed her life as an American Muslim. She asks American people, in this polarizing time, to fight negative perceptions of her faith …