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New Video: An America Without Muslims?

“Some are suggesting that a Muslim Ban would be good for America…” So begins ISPU’s newest video, which uses data from the Muslims for American Progress study to educate the public by providing a much-needed, evidence-based portrait of a deeply misunderstood community.

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New Report: Young Adult American-Born Muslims and Mental Health

This important new report seeks to understand attitudes toward mental health by Muslim Americans, specifically those born and raised in the United States.

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Muslim American Experience Bibliography

Muslims in America are in the public spotlight, and as a result, the demand for information and analysis on American Muslims has risen. In an effort to address this need, the Muslim American Experience Bibliography includes over 250 books focused on Muslims and Islam in the United States.

OUR MISSION

ISPU conducts objective, solution-seeking research that empowers American Muslims to develop their community and fully contribute to democracy and pluralism in the United States.

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ISPU In The News

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Engy Abdelkader in The Huffington Post | March 29, 2017

Sahar Aziz in The Progressive | March 25, 2017

Ben Herzig in The Islamic Monthly | January 8, 2017

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