Remember that time I asked for your opinion on my hijab? Oh right, never happened.
What is it about Bay Ridge that makes it a place where white supremacists and Arabs, and other religious, linguistic and ethnic groups could live together side-by-side?
Under Trump, there are no closed deportation cases.
Only deportation cases.
In his last sermon in Bay Ridge, Fr. K reminds an energized community that theirs is not a one-person movement.
When a singular aspect of your identity is politicized, how do you cope with Islamophobia in Trump’s America?
Bay Ridge group pushes back vs. Islamophobia
sans politicians and beyond electoral cycles.
Cooking provides a familiar focus, even a break, and the possibility to recreate culture and share it in a part of the world that finds her, and people like her, distasteful.
“Surviving Surveillance, Catering to America”: A mother copes with the unjust arrest and incarceration of her son.
An interview with the Muslim American writer and activist about how Trump has unintentionally made America great
Representing friendship between women of color, making your mom’s stir-fried tomato and eggs recipe, finding strength in the face of relentless fear, and more.
Palestinian American community organizer Aber Kawas reflects on #IMarchWithLinda and putting the spotlight on those who are less visible
How many terrorism cases against Muslim Americans were filed by the NYPD as a result of its snooping on Muslim mosques, organizations and coffee shops?
Writer Ayesha Siddiqi talks to Ashok Kondabolu about growing anti-Muslim anxieties, her new job at Viceland and what keeps people up at night.
A guide to help you get from here to there while Arab — from speaking Arabic to passing the salt
How does one deal with anti-blackness within the family? One Bengali writer is finding out the hard way.
As immigrant communities reshape Tennessee’s racial landscape, how the state has become a breeding ground for anti-Muslim sentiment
With alluring and peculiar prose and a playfully erratic approach to structure, Ghalib Islam’s debut novel mirrors the anxiety of buckling under the burden of surveillance.
100 years on, how lessons from the Ghadar movement show the limits of civil rights efforts in the US today.
The legacy of an intellectual friendship in an age of Islamophobia—on the 10-year anniversary of Said’s death.
At the Japanese American internment camp site, an art exhibit featuring photographs of Muslims has been the subject of complaints.
Matthew Salesses on the power of words and appearances.