Tag: Islamophobia

100 Dialogues for Revolutionary Love This Election Season

100 Dialogues for Revolutionary Love This Election Season

This election season, campuses and communities across the country will host 100 FILM SCREENINGS and DIALOGUES on Revolutionary Love. They will screen our film Divided We Fall, the first documentary film to chronicle the struggles of Sikh and Muslim Americans in the aftermath of 9/11 and […]

“Love Conquers All” – Faith Leaders Challenge Trump via Upworthy

“Love Conquers All” – Faith Leaders Challenge Trump via Upworthy

This post originally appeared on Upworthy.  by Isabel Evans Donald Trump called for an end to all Muslim immigration into the United States and it was pretty scary. That’s old news by now. But the cool part you might not have heard about? As a response, a […]

Global Rally for Humanity is Anti-American

Global Rally for Humanity is Anti-American

URGENT: This weekend, hateful protests are planned at Muslim community centers & mosques in 20 cities in America in a coordinated effort called “Global Rally for Humanity.” If you’re a Sikh or Muslim American, you’ve likely received an email urging us to be cautious and […]

3000+ Prayers Pour Into Chapel Hill After Slaying of Muslim American Students

3000+ Prayers Pour Into Chapel Hill After Slaying of Muslim American Students

The families of three Muslim college students killed last week in Chapel Hill, North Carolina received more than 3,000 messages and prayers of love and support from people across America. The prayers were collected by Groundswell Movement at Auburn Seminary and delivered to the local mosque in […]

"Shadow Generation" – HuffPost Feature

SHADOW GENERATION Valarie Kaur – Huffington Post Feature – 9/15/10 What’s missing in the national firestorm over Park51? The voices of young people. Here’s how young people can speak out against Islamophobia without creating new enemies, starting on today. September 15, 2010 — Nine years […]

Cooking Up a Campaign

It is astounding what can happen in one week. Last weekend, my friend Matt stopped by and started to vent his frustration and anger over the “Ground Zero Mosque” controversy and the wave of anti-Muslim violence sweeping the country.  I had been paralyzed over the […]