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Muslims in America: Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion

April 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


The Muslim experience in the United States encompasses both exclusion and inclusion.   According to a Pew survey, half of American Muslims have experienced some form of religious discrimination including 6% who have been physically threatened or attacked.     In spite of this, 80% of Muslims expressed satisfaction with their life; 90% are proud to be an American; and 70% say it is possible to work hard and get ahead in America. In sum, Muslims have experienced tremendous discrimination, yet many have found a place–however tenuous–in American society.  With a range of experiences,  our panelists will explore the dynamics of inclusion and exclusion in the lives of Muslims in the United States.


Zareena Grewal, Associate Professor of American Studies and Religious Studies, Yale University

Makram El-Amin, Imam of Masjid An-Nur in North Minneapolis

Regina Mustafa, Founder and Executive Director, Community Interfaith Dialogue on Islam, Rochester, MN


April 16
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Pi Sigma Alpha
Martin E. Marty Chair in Religion and the Academy
The Muslim House
Muslim Student Association
Interfaith Coalition for Peace & Justice