I Listened to the President Stand Up for Our Shared American Values by Jawad Khaki Last night, I had a…Read More
Muslim Advocates Partners with Faith Leaders and Civil Rights Advocates to Launch Interfaith Project at White House Event The more…Read More
Anti-Muslim Bigotry Rises Alongside Hateful Rhetoric **We are now updating this information regularly elsewhere on our site. You can view…Read More
Anti-Muslim Bigotry Rises Alongside Hateful Rhetoric By Brenda Abdelall, Charities Program Director, Muslim Advocates **We are updating this post regularly…Read More
Thank You, Aaron Rodgers By Farhana Khera, Muslim Advocates This piece is also cross-posted on Huffington Post. Click here to…Read More
Our thoughts and our hearts are still heavy with the recent tragedies in Paris. And, some of the response to…Read More
On Thursday, Ocotber 22nd, Muslim Advocates co-hosted a briefing with the Sikh Coalition on Capitol Hill to urge members of…Read More
Anti-Muslim hate is a growing crisis. See how it is affecting the lives of Americans across the country.
American Muslim charities and mosques face intense scrutiny from both the government and the public. They require support to be able to know the laws and comply with them.
We want to create a better world where every American can practice our faith freely and go about our daily lives, so that no one has to experience the pain and horror of losing a loved one to senseless violence.
Muslim Advocates invites you to our next Legal & Financial Educational Seminar for Nonprofits & Mosques on May 16, 2015, in Boston.
Save the date for our next educational event on Saturday, March 21st in the Chicago area.
Muslim Advocates along with 19 other civil rights and faith groups jointly signed an open letter to the media asking reporters to seriously consider the role they play in creating stereotypes, keep their coverage factual, and avoid divisive rhetoric.
We urge the Obama administration to lead by setting a uniform, national standard against profiling in all its forms.
The resignation of Jack Whitley serves as an example of how our collective voices can make a real difference.