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Can you imagine an America fueled by facts where Muslims are thriving and equal? We can. And we know how to get there.
From the classroom to the courtroom, the mosque to the statehouse, ISPU’s research and education reverberates across every field. And to do that work, we count on the support of individual donors like you. Every dollar you donate goes toward relevant, rigorous research and is a step toward a country that chooses facts over fear.
For almost 20 years, you’ve supported the work ISPU does. We turn to you today because of your impact, your years of investment, and your vision for an America where Muslims are strong and equal matters. With your support at the end of this year, ISPU’s critical work stays intact during the months to come, so that we maintain and even gain ground, even in trying times. Together, we can ensure that our legacy of work makes a difference during and beyond this extraordinary year, and that all those who depend on ISPU research can continue to count on us.
When you give to ISPU, you support research making an impact. You are furthering well-informed dialogue and decision-making. Here are just a few of the stories your support has made possible.
We know anecdotally that Muslim college students suffer from Islamophobia, but there was room to learn much more. So, ISPU partnered with MSA West to survey over 500 Muslim college students across California, gaining important insights on the well-being of a vulnerable and under-researched population… Read more→
An astonishing 42% of American Muslim families reported in 2017 that at least one of their children had been bullied in the past year because of their religion. One quarter of the bullies in these incidents were teachers or school administrators. These statistics horrified Reverend Nathan Walker… Read more→
Imam Hassan Selim has led the Islamic Center for Cedar Rapids for more than eight years. Like many in his position, he is tasked with forming a more inclusive mosque, one that can assist an always changing and diverse community in often challenging times. One recurring obstacle was the lack of real-life examples… Read more→