Secret lives of American Muslims Series
Featuring a diverse set of American Muslims from a wide range of ethnic and national origins speaking directly to their own respective experiences, the series illuminates the existing complexity and diversity of America’s 3.3 million Muslims, while pointing to a common shared humanity. The first season has been viewed more than 56 million times in our effort to contribute to a dialogue of tolerance and peace in contentious times.
- What does it mean to be Muslim? There are 1.7 billion answers.
- An American-Muslim comedian on being typecast as a terrorist
- Muslim NYPD chaplain: saluted in uniform, harassed as a civilian
- This Muslim American was shot after 9/11. Then he fought to save his attacker’s life
- Tired of being bullied, this “MuslimGirl” found a way for Muslim women to talk back
- This Muslim journalist challenges power – from Standing Rock to Donald Trump
- One helpful rule for being a Muslim on the internet – don’t read the comments
- Why American TV needs a Muslim Modern Family
- Before organizing the Women’s March on Washington, Linda Sarsour fought for Muslim holidays in NYC
- After San Bernardino, this couple fought Islamophobia with doughnuts and conversation
- A beginner's guide to hijabs
- How one woman used fashion to reclaim her Muslim American identity
- Ibtihaj Muhammad was the first US Olympian to wear a hijab
- Dear Hollywood: stop portraying Muslims as terrorists