ISPU examines the impact of Islamophobia on the wider public and offers historical context as well as modern day best practices to meet this challenge.
The year 2050 is when many experts project that America will become a nation without a specific ethnic or racial majority. While some welcome this growing diversity, others see it as a demographic threat and are working to broadly erode the rights of several historically marginalized and minority groups, including American Muslims. Seeking to offer solutions to the American Muslim community’s toughest challenges through sound research, ISPU has launched its latest project, Islamophobia: A Threat to All.
Seeking to articulate and elevate an informed American Muslim voice through sound research, ISPU has launched its Islamophobia: A Threat To All Project. The project is an initiative by ISPU to provide data-driven answers to complex policy and social challenges that are at our communities’ and our nation’s doorsteps.