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  • Our Concerns Over Google’s Recent Hire

    October 23, 2019
    Google's decision to hire Miles Taylor, who with Kirstjen Nielsen oversaw the implementation of the Muslim Ban, the Public Charge rule that was ruled unconstitutional in federal court, and family-separation policies, casts serious doubt on their commitment to make good on the responsibility they have to their partners and to all who use their services. Learn more in this week's DC News and Views.

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  • 'Rules of Engagement' at Zaytuna College

    October 18, 2019
    A compelling panel discussion was held by Zaytuna College about the benefits of engaging with political authorities to effect social change. Our President, Salam Al-Marayati joined this thought-provoking conversation along with Hamza Yusuf, Qamar ul-Huda, and Hala Hijazi, in hopes that it could help all of us think more deeply about how our collective efforts can serve common goals.

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  • Remembering Rep. Elijah Cummings

    October 17, 2019
    Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland’s 7th Congressional district was a stalwart advocate for racial justice, humane immigration policies, and social justice. His legacy as an unwavering civil servant will continue to inspire us all. He will be missed, but his example will persist.

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  • DHS Commits to Addressing White Supremacist Violence

    October 10, 2019
    The Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) unveiling of a Strategic Framework for Countering Terrorism and Targeted Violence at an event co-hosted by the Heritage Foundation and the Brookings Institution marks a significant step forward in combatting the threat of white supremacist violence. It's important, however, that white supremacy is treated as a transnational threat as its impact has been felt around the world. Read our analysis in this week's DC News and Views.

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  • White Supremacy to the Muslim Ban

    September 27, 2019
    From co-hosting two first-of-their-kind events - a Presidential Forum at ISNA and a Writers Guild Panel on Black Muslim Narratives, to one of our Congressional Leadership Development Program fellows, fresh out of this summer's program, passing legislation in the House of Representatives, see what we've been up to in this September's iMPACt Brief.

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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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