In 2009, Attorney General Eric Holder pledged to review and revise the U.S. Department of Justice’s guidance on racial profiling. Muslim Advocates provides this resource page to summarize the history of this issue and why the changes are needed urgently.
I joined as a plaintiff on Hassan et al. vs. City of New York, which was filed by Muslim Advocates and later joined by the Center for Constitutional Rights, because I had to take a stand against the New York Police Department and its program to spy on New Jersey’s Muslim community — not because of any wrongdoing, but simply because of our faith.
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Today a new group of plaintiffs filed a lawsuit in federal court in New York, challenging the NYPD’s Muslim surveillance program. The ACLU, NYCLU and…Read More
First American Muslim Charities Accredited With growing demand for assurance about the integrity of American Muslim charities,Muslim Advocates has unveiled…Read More
Executive Director Farhana Khera described Muslim Advocates’ new report, Unreasonable Intrusions, as a guest blogger in the April 23 edition of…Read More
SAN FRANCISCO – Amidst bumper stickers galore supporting candidate X and catchy slogans on pins that are likely to sway your…Read More