On June 10 Americans celebrated Muhammad Ali as a paragon of athletic prowess, dignity in the face of suffering and patriotic dissent.
You’re truly missing out if you haven’t heard the music of these artists. Jesse Kornbluth on some seriously talented Muslim musicians.
The Sikh turban is steeped in symbolism but its wearers have also been a target of racism.
“Their fault, not mine,” the Republican Party is in for a rude awakening.
If we identify Islamic terrorists by their religion, why not Christian terrorists?
President Obama delivers a script for dealing with a religious minority in a liberal democracy.
When our political discussions turn to foreign policy, the Middle East almost instinctively moves to the forefront of contention.
Rufus and Jenny Triplett, authors of Surviving Parenting in the 21st Century, reflect on the standards they set in raising their sons as black and Muslim men.
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“I have the sincere belief that if people got to know each other one on one, they would stop being afraid of each other.” Rose Hamid
Can you respect a person but not their opinions or have they become so intertwined as to become indistinguishable?
America’s choice in next November’s federal election is very simple despite the complexities of the problems the country and next president face.
To combat racism and heal society we must first be able to talk about it. Until then, nothing will change.
There is more to the extremist group Daesh than it may appear, and it would do us all well to pay attention.
Inflammatory rhetoric, unfounded stereotypes and a culture of fear have come together to create a perfect storm of racism and prejudice in society.
Racism can be learned. And it can also be driven by a superficial fear that has manifested itself into a cycle of hatred.