A spirituality center in La Crosse, Wisconsin, has started a series of community events to create a better understanding of the Muslim community.
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For Muslim mother and immigrant rights advocate Miriam Abuawadesh, family connections and direct connection with God are among main reasons behind the growing number of Latino Muslim converts in the US.
The Muslim community in Missouri hosted on Sunday, October 15, the Great Muslim Food fest, offering non-Muslims a chance to know their Muslim neighbors by speaking “the international language of food.”
American Muslims have applauded Governor Jerry Brown’s signing of the California Religious Freedom Act (SB 31), which blocks the creation of any so-called Muslim registry…
A new anti-Islamophobia group at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania hosted an inclusive Jumm`ah (Friday) prayer on October 13, to educate about Islam and counter hate inside the campus.
Facing rising anti-Islam attacks, Muslim students in North Carolina have launched a new app to document Islamophobia on campus and offer support to their colleagues.
A Chicago Muslim activist was given prestigious 2017 MacArthur Foundation Genius Award in recognition of his long-term advocacy efforts and accomplishments to help the community by employing the recently incarcerated not to return to jail.
Two high-school Somali Muslim girls are breaking barriers in Minnesota, becoming the first Muslim girls to join the school’s team and two of the first to swim competitively in the state.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf will give the annual State of the City address next month at the Islamic Cultural Center of Northern California, for the first time in the history of the state.
Dr. Emad Rahim survived destruction and abuse to find success as a renaissance man and a new religion after embracing Islam in the United States.