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American Muslims are the most ethnically diverse, youngest faith community surveyed

New Infographic: American Muslim Demographics

American Muslims are the most ethnically diverse, youngest faith community that we surveyed in 2017. See our new infographic featuring data about American Muslims’ racial make-up, income, education, and more.

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New Video: How a Mosque Managed a Crisis

In the wake of tragedies, it is hard for Muslim and allied leaders, communities, and institutions to manage the fallout and increased scrutiny. Our “How a Mosque Managed a Crisis” case study, which examines how ISBCC responded to the Boston marathon bombing, can offer some guidance.

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All the Single Ladies

In our latest analysis of our American Muslim Poll, we take a look at marriage in American Muslim communities compared to other faith groups in the U.S. and put into context the possible roles that religiosity, gender, age, and education play in influencing the marital status of American Muslims.

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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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Our Foundation Partners

ISPU is grateful for the support of our foundation partners, including…

Alwaleed Philanthropies
Democracy Fund
John Templeton Foundation
New York Community Trust
Pillars Fund
Security & Rights Colloraborative, a Proteus Fund Initiative
W.K. Kellogg Foundation

ISPU In The News

Khadija Gurnah on MomsRising.org | August 29, 2017

Erik Love in The Charleston Gazette-Mail | August 13, 2017

ISPU In The News

Moms Rising Khadija Gurnah on MomsRising.org | August 29, 2017

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Washington, DC Office

1110 Vermont Ave., NW

Suite 500

Washington, DC 20005

Tel: (202) 768-8649

Michigan Office

6 Parklane Blvd.

Suite 510

Dearborn, Michigan 48126

Tel: (313) 436-0523

Follow Us on Social Media