In recognition of special interfaith relations in New York, a rabbi will lead this year’s annual Muslim Day Parade in New York City, which will take place on Sunday.
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Muslim women hijab and abaya have hit New York runway as Indonesian designers kicked off an increasingly diverse fashion week, to counter prejudice in the west.
The Muslim family that received hateful messages in their mailbox last week have been showered with letters of love collected by their neighbors, who were devastated by the news.
In a special Ramadan event, Muslim women joined women from an array of backgrounds at SUNY Empire State College for the Minority Students in Action Women of Color Seminar late last week.
Showing their city as welcoming to all faiths, Muslim grassroots movement MPower Change and the New York State Immigrant Action Fund have decided to host an Iftar at Trump Tower.
In a shock to the American Muslim community, the body of the United States’ first-ever female Muslim judge was found Wednesday afternoon in the Hudson River near Manhattan, leaving many unanswered questions about the death of the renowned figure.
Albany county is teaming up with a Muslim center to collect food for the needy, in an effort that will extend through April.
New York Police Department’s Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating a social media threat against popular Muslim activist Lindah Sarsour, after a Brooklyn man asked for her address on a post in Facebook.
Hundreds of people will be joining hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons to the “I Am a Muslim Too” march through Times Square in New York City, in response to the uncertainty and anxiety that was created by President Donald Trump’s controversial Muslim ban.