How Muslim Americans are fighting Islamophobia and securing their civil rights

  • The past year has been a difficult one for American Muslims.
  • According to a July 2017 Pew survey, 48 percent of Muslims report experiencing at least one incident of discrimination in the past 12 months.
  • Research finds these trends were particularly intense during the 2016 campaigns and the early months of the Trump presidency.
  • Muslims continue to be the most negatively rated religious group.
  • In recent years, politicians have increasingly relied on anti-Muslim rhetoric to mobilize voters.
  • Muslim advocacy organizations aspire to uphold the most cherished of ideals and values: liberty, equality and the inalienable rights of all citizens.
  • U.S. Muslims face serious challenges, but they are also increasingly motivated to confront them.

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