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  • MPAC Denounces Vitriol Against Biden Appointees and Nominees of Color

    February 24, 2021
    American ideals dictate that a person’s creed or color do not preclude them from qualifying for a position. Despite their qualifications, perspectives and experiences, Biden Administration appointees of color and of ethnic and religious minority backgrounds have come under attack from right-wing political circles and media. MPAC rejects the weaponization of bigoted and racist views in the process of appointing officials.

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  • Becerra: An Ally for Minority Communities

    February 22, 2021
    Xavier Becerra has been a leading force in opposition to the most injurious anti-immigrant policies and an ally for minority populations, especially American Muslims. MPAC offers a recommendation for his confirmation as the Secretary for Health and Human Services by the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.

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  • Reprogramming America: God Created Us All Equal

    February 18, 2021
    THIS WEEK IN DC - Senate acquits Trump in impeachment trial; White House announces expanded COVID plan; Biden’s Medicare pick Chiquita Brooks-LaSure would be 1st Black woman to hold post; Democratic lawmakers introduce Biden’s immigration plan... Read more in MPAC's DC Weekly.

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  • The Human Right of Religious Freedom

    February 11, 2021
    THIS WEEK IN DC - ICE threatened to expose asylum-seekers to COVID-19; Accused Capitol rioters say Trump incited them; Trump’s second impeachment trial begins; House Democrats propose multi-billion dollar COVID-19 relief package; Biden formally ends Trump's border emergency, but troops will stay... Read more in MPAC's DC Weekly.

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  • MPAC Welcomes Sri Lanka’s Reversal of Forced Cremation Policy and Urges Codification

    February 11, 2021
    After nearly a year of a forced cremations of all COVID-19 victims in Sri Lanka, the policy that had garnered immense international condemnation has been reversed. This marks a clear victory for international religious freedom, a key issue in MPAC’s advocacy.

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IN THEIR WORDS

  • We are 1000% behind you and the work you are doing in Hollywood and the world. We hope to do much more together and change the narrative about Muslim people in this country.
    Katie Elmore Mota Co-President & Exec. Producer,
    Wise Entertainment
  • I worked for years at the ADL, directing their anti-bias education institute, and I always admired the work of MPAC. My heart and prayers are with you as you continue to navigate the frontlines, and with the members of the communities you serve.
    Eleanor Lewis MPAC Donor & Supporter
  • There has never been a more brilliant, empassioned, visionary staff and group of people that exists at the Muslim Public Affairs Council.
    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
  • If MPAC existed in 1942, Japanese Americans would have never gone to [internment] camps. And this is why, as a Congressman, I'm here for this community too.
    Fmr. Congressman Mike Honda

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