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.
Here’s what donors need to know about the UAE government’s recently issued list of 83 organizations and groups worldwide that it has designated as terrorist entities, including two American organizations.
Ms. Khera spoke on the role of federal resources and leadership to “stem the tide of hate crimes” in light of increased hate crimes against Muslims and others based on their race, ethnicity, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.
Earlier this month, Ben Affleck courageously took a stand on Bill Maher’s show, Real Time. He questioned Maher and his…Read More
While it may appear the case involves a very specific question about beard length in one state prison system, at issue is the Court’s interpretation of a major federal statute—the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA).
The Atlanta seminar brought together over 85 leaders representing organizations across Georgia—including mosques, schools, student and youth organizations, social services groups, and international aid and relief organizations.
It is our hope that the following Best Practices will provide useful and important guideposts for all those willing to join in the effort to address the challenge of cyberhate. We urge members of the Internet Community, including providers, civil society, the legal community, and academia, to express their support for this effort and to publicize their own independent efforts to counter cyberhate.
Attia Gray is a powerful example of the importance of standing up for one’s rights, no matter the obstacles we may face, either in local communities or in federal policy.
The Muslim Advocates team attended ISNA to raise awareness on key civil rights issues and learn about pressing issues facing the American Muslim community.
How are we as Americans supposed to have faith in our law enforcement when those who teach them causally throw in racial and religious slurs in their training materials and use gross stereotypes to “explain” who American Muslims really are?
Michael Brown’s death underscores the ways in which African-Americans – in particular young, African American men – continue to be subjected to racial profiling by law enforcement. Sadly, we know it doesn’t end there.