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E Pluribus Unum: Protecting Voting Rights in the era of the Great Replacement Theory

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On February 17, 2023 By Rafay Siddiqui, MPAC Policy Intern
As Black History Month marches onward, it is essential to celebrate the legacies generational African-American leaders have forged in their communities. Previously, conventional history courses provided a distilled, oversimplified story of African American communities – from shackles to segregation to liberation.  Earlier this month, the College Board unveiled the Advanced…
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Democracy Forum: Combating the Great Replacement Theory

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On September 20, 2022 By MPAC
The Great Replacement Theory is an extreme and dangerous white nationalist conspiracy theory that targets all minority communities – and is being used more and more to stoke violence against these communities. Hosted by the California Legislative Jewish Caucus MPAC joined the Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California (JPAC) for a fascinating discussion with Kaleemah Kennon Muttaqi and Professor David Myers about the growth and harmful impact of The Great Replacement Theory, and how we can work together to combat it. Hosted by the California Legislative Jewish Caucus, and sponsored by the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) and the Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California (JPAC), our panel was hosted at the State Capitol in Sacramento. Speakers: - Professor David Myers, UCLA History Department Chair, Jewish History - Kaleemah Kennon Muttaqi, Community Organizer, Sacramento ACT Moderators: - Salam Al-Marayati, President, Muslim Public Affairs Council - David Bocarsly, Executive Director, Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California ---------- Subscribe to MPAC's channel: Like MPAC on Facebook: Follow MPAC on Twitter: Follow MPAC on Instagram: Visit MPAC's website: About the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) We improve public understanding and policies that impact American Muslims by engaging our government, media, and communities. Help us to continue this work by making a donation today:
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