The political discourse in the US fuels the fear of Muslims. Policies such as the Patriot Act, and more recently the National Defense Authorization Act, have contributed to this environment, as have speeches and stances taken by elected officials...
A complete list of our series of special posts in reflection on the 10th anniversary of 9/11, along with older, archived stories. We also want to hear your memories, thoughts, and reflections on 9/11, and the world since then.
Saba Waheed was in New York during 9/11. She shares her memories of that time, and later, when "things that were complicated -- mosques being built -- were being collapsed into one narrative: terrorism."
My family was rocked by the loss of my cousin, Carl Allen Peralta, on September 11. For the past ten years, I've struggled to keep his memory alive respectfully, while arguing with my family about the political consequences of 9/11.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. We offer a resource guide for memorials, remembrances, and other events around the country, with an introduction from our Executive Director, Irene Kao.
The reality is that most people are inherently good. Most people use knives to cut meat and vegetables. Some use knives to cut other human beings. Most people use fire to cook and heat their homes. Some people use fire to burn others....
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