An Oral History of New York’s Arab and Muslim Community After 9/11
A Yemeni American activist’s take on the NYC mayoral race, political activity within the Yemeni community, and striking out on her own
With mosques closing their doors, where do worshippers go to pray, be with friends, and seek solace?
Muslim American women explore new paths to romance via technology.
Q&A With Ramy Youssef about the Arab-Muslim
The battle for safety and well-being in South Brooklyn’s Muslim American community
What does home look like
for Asian Americans in New York City?
Surviving police surveillance and internal policing within the Muslim community of New York City
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?
How an NYC imam uses his past life of gangs and drugs to save the future of troubled and incarcerated young people
A community’s struggle to define and uplift the legacy of Malcolm X.
In his last sermon in Bay Ridge, Fr. K reminds an energized community that theirs is not a one-person movement.
Seeking a panacea from life’s turmoils, immigrants flock to an unassuming Sufi in Brooklyn.
After one family immigrated to the United States from Iran, one of the side effects was that gender roles reversed in the household.
With bombings in their own country and threat of travel ban and revocation of their TPS, how do Yemenis in the U.S. cope?
The members of the Union of Arab Women are graduating with diplomas, a spirit of activism, and a new family.
Negotiating a new identity in a new country amid sisterhood and community.
Bay Ridge group pushes back vs. Islamophobia
sans politicians and beyond electoral cycles.
Arab mothers and grandmothers in Bay Ridge discover that in a new country, there are new ways to care for their families, their community, and themselves
Arab mothers and grandmothers in Bay Ridge speak out and fight back.
Faced with the sudden death of a loved one, Muslim immigrants — after a secular lifetime in America — cross this final frontier of assimilation.
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
Palestinian American community organizer Aber Kawas reflects on #IMarchWithLinda and putting the spotlight on those who are less visible
Two Bangladeshi New Yorkers share their culture with their city and empower their community through their new street food pop-up.
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?
“What makes it halal is the meat.”