“Regarded As” Muslim: Islamophobia and its Ripple Effects

“Regarded As” Muslim: Islamophobia and its Ripple Effects“Regarded As” Muslim: Islamophobia and its Ripple Effects

Co-sponsored by SALSA; MLSA; MELSA; BALSA; the Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging; the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice; the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU; the NYU College of Arts and Science; and the Bernstein Institute for Human Rights.

Islamophobia affects both Muslims and those “regarded as” Muslim in the broader South Asian, Middle Eastern, Arab, and African Diaspora population.This panel seeks to advance greater justice and inclusion by promoting understanding, solidarity, and coalition-building among Muslims, individuals “regarded as” Muslim, and allies.

Panelists:
Professor Alina Das, NYU School of Law
Imam Khalid Latif, Islamic Center at NYU
Suman Raghunathan, South Asian Americans Leading Together
Arjun Sethi, Georgetown and Vanderbilt Law Schools

Moderated by:
Professor Gabrielle Starr, Dean of the NYU College of Arts and Science

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