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American Muslims' ongoing civil rights fight
Muslims and Arabs in the US say they face discrimination in many areas of life, 13 years after the 9/11 attacks.
Last updated: 13 Jul 2014 11:22 GMT
Trayvon Martin: The myth of US post-racialism
The shooting of a young black man demonstrates how institutional and structural racism is still robust in the US.
Khaled A Beydoun
Last updated: 22 Mar 2012 18:56 GMT
Boycotting reality: 'All American Muslim'
What has an American Muslim reality TV show revealed about US media in a post-9/11 era?
Last updated: 26 Jan 2012 11:15 GMT
A Russian winter: Putin, protests, propaganda
A look at Russia's unrest and the media; plus, why a reality show about Muslims in the US has sparked major debate.
Last updated: 18 Dec 2011 11:50 GMT
US footballers tackle Ramadan
Football is not a sport one wants to play while fasting, but one high school team is doing just that.
Last updated: 21 Aug 2011 20:57 GMT
Fomenting nationalism with murder
While nationalism sweeps the US with the death of Bin Laden, Muslim Americans worry bigotry against them will persist.
Last updated: 03 May 2011 20:20 GMT
Political success eludes US Muslims
Dearborn, Michigan, a blue-collar, industrial suburb of Detroit, perhaps best known for being the home of the Ford Motor Company, is often referred to as the unofficial Arab capital of America.
Benjamin Duncan in Washington, DC
Last updated: 27 Nov 2003 10:21 GMT
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