Combating Islamophobia – Constitutional Issues Affecting Muslim & Asian Americans

The decision of the Supreme Court in Korematsu v. United States upheld the internment of Japanese Americans in during World War II. This expert panel discusses legal issues affecting Muslim Americans, ways to combat Islamophobia and the link to the internment of Japanese Americans during the 1940s.


Brian Frosh, Attorney General of Maryland
Lloyd Tubman, Partner at Archer & Greiner P.C.
Samer Khalaf, President of American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee
Hoda Hawa, Director of Policy and Advocacy at Muslim Public Affairs Council
Taunya Lovell Banks, Jacob A. France Professor of Equality Jurisprudence, Maryland Carey Law
Michael Greenberger, Professor, Maryland Carey Law and Director, Center for Health and Homeland Security

Moderator: Leslie Henry, Professor, Maryland Carey Law

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