A video from CAP's Young Muslim American Voices project looks at the history and diversity of Muslim-American communities.
Susan Thistlethwaite and Eleni Towns provide insights into the “real Islam” from participants in CAP’s Young Muslim American Voices Project.
Take Sally Steenland’s quiz and see if you can match the conservative with his or her quote blaming the United States for the 9/11 attacks.
Wajahat Ali, a author and lawyer from the Bay Area, talks about his experience after 9/11 as a Muslim American and what he learned from the experience.
Sally Steenland interviews Pakistani-American Wajahat Ali, the author of one of the first major plays about Muslims living in a post-9/11 America.
Sally Steenland examines the dangerous game now played by conservatives peddling the lie that Obama is a Muslim and others as facts.
Sally Steenland puts recent anti-Muslim ranting into perspective and encourages Americans to look at the religion based on reality, not distortion.
A fact sheet explains CAP's Young Muslim American Voices Project, which seeks to give greater visibility to young Muslim-American leaders.
Hazami Barmada discusses the incredible diversity among Muslim and Arab Americans and how public and cultural diplomacy can help break through stereotypes.
Hazami Barmada talks with the Young Muslim American Voices project about bring empowered and engaging with society as a young Muslim American.
Sally Steenland interviews Rami Nashashibi about his community organizing work in Chicago.
Rami Nashashibi, a community organizer in Chicago, talks about what being an American Muslim means to him.
Young Muslim American Voices interviews Edina Lekovic about what it means to be a young Muslim in America.
Young Muslim-American leaders discuss their challenges and opportunities as part of CAP’s Young Muslim American Voices project.
Sally Steenland interviews Mohamad Chakaki about social and environmental issues and being a Muslim American.