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  • China’s “Re-Education” Camps: An Affront to Religious Freedom

    August 16, 2018
    In the northwestern Xinjiang province of China, as many as one million Muslim Uyghur minorities are being held in “re-education camps.” The Uyghur minority in China was previously targeted by the Chinese government, but the situation worsened under the government’s new campaign to “crack down on terror.” To date, an estimated 40 percent of the Uyghur population has disappeared.

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  • MPAC helped me fulfill

    August 10, 2018
    Interning on Capitol Hill was a longtime dream for RJ Khalaf. MPAC's Congressional Leadership Development Program made that dream a reality, and provided the resources, learning experiences and connections RJ would need to go on to inspire change.

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  • TSA’s ‘Quiet Skies’ operates under the notion of guilty until proven innocent

    August 9, 2018
    The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently implemented an airport and in-flight surveillance program known as “Quiet Skies" that secretly surveils American citizens as they fly based on vague criteria. We urge Congress to press the Department of Homeland Security to ensure First Amendment rights are protected and taxpayer dollars are appropriately spent.

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  • We made progress in Congress!

    August 3, 2018
    We drafted, introduced and passed a resolution with Rep. Barbara Comstock condemning hate crime and any other form of racism, discrimination, or incitement to violence targeting any religious or ethnic minorities in the United States.

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  • Islam vs. the West: The lie that keeps on giving

    August 2, 2018
    The tendency to view American Muslims as suspects rather than potential partners leads to increased fragmentation and discrimination. Donald Trump’s presidency and politics are only symptoms of the underlying racial and cultural divides in the U.S. So too are the forces at the extremes of U.S. politics.

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IN THEIR WORDS

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    Rev. Ed Bacon Rector Emeritus, All Saints Church, Pasadena
  • The best way to ensure equality and justice is to build bridges in the community and that is exactly what all you are doing.
    Congresswoman Judy Chu
  • My son attended an MPAC event where Khizr Khan, George Takei, and Van Jones spoke about Islam and Muslims. You gave my son a sense of pride in his identity, he donated to MPAC, and he asked how he could work for MPAC when he was older. Thank you.
    Nancy Serag MPAC Supporter
  • In terms of messaging and being succinct and lobbying legislators and dealing with... Hollywood, MPAC does one of the best jobs in the Muslim comunity.
    Congressman André Carson
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    Empowering Voices Awards
    Since 2013, we have honored political and cultural influencers working to improve American pluralism and inclusion by championing the civic and political empowerment of American Muslims.

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