T’ruah: New York Police Reform Resources

T’ruah: the Rabbinic Call for Human Rights and Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (JFREJ) have partnered in New York City on a campaign to bring better accountability to the NYPD. Between spying on Muslim Americans or the practice of “stop and frisk” which targets communities of color, it is clear that the NYPD is relying on tactics that do not result in terrorism leads or finding illegal guns, but do damage and frighten New…

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Islamophobia Studies Journal

The Islamophobia Research & Documentation Project at University of California Berkeley announces the launch of Islamophobia Studies Journal, a a bi-annual peer reviewed academic periodical focusing on emerging research on and analysis about the nature of Islamophobia and its impact on culture, politics, media, and the lives and experiences of Muslim people.

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My Faith My Voice

My Faith My Voice is a grassroots effort by American Muslims from across the country looking to present their voice on issues affecting Muslims and Islam in America. It is an independent network of individuals that collectively claim no affiliation to any one organization or school of thought. My Faith My Voice serves as a platform for you, me or any one else who wants to reach out and talk directly to America. Through video…

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America’s Interfaith Infrastructure: A Pilot Study

For twenty years, the Pluralism Project has followed the development of America’s fast-changing religious landscape and studied new forms of civic and interfaith relationships. The events of 9/11 demonstrated the importance of interfaith groups already formed; in the ensuing decade we have witnessed the growth of hundreds of new interfaith initiatives. Given this rapid expansion, what we might describe as the “interfaith infrastructure” is emerging in real-time, providing an innovative context for the kind of…

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