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Wave of Fear
Lost in the Shouting • In the school board battles across the country over race, the voices of Black parents talking about what their kids actually experience are often drowned out
What Have We Learned? • We will never forget 9/11. But a more interesting question at the 20th anniversary is, what should we remember—or more…
THE RISING POWER OF AMERICAN MUSLIMS • AS THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF 9/11 APPROACHES, MANY MUSLIMS IN THE U.S. ARE ASCENDING TO POSITIONS OF POLITICAL AND CULTURAL INFLUENCE, DESPITE—OR POSSIBLY SPURRED BY—STILL WIDESPREAD ISLAMOPHOBIA. WILL IT LAST?
MUSLIM MILESTONES IN AMERICA
FINDING OUR VOICE IN THE WAKE OF 9/11 • “WHATEVER THE COSTS OF SPEAKING OUT, FAR GREATER WAS THE COST OF SILENCE,” THIS MUSLIM COLUMNIST SAYS
From Out of Violence • Three U.S. Paralympians talk about perseverance and triumph