The attacks Judge Jackson faced during her confirmation were only the latest proof that race still matters in the US.
Sahar Aziz is professor of law and Chancellor’s Social Justice Scholar at Rutgers University Law School. She is the author of The Racial Muslim: When... Racism Quashes Religious Freedom and founding director of the Center for Security, Race and Rights.
For the past 20 years, Muslims in the US have been systematically racialised and their civil liberties curbed.
An increasingly racially charged American society is rapidly changing the way it sees Palestine.
By pardoning himself, the president would admit guilt for wrongdoing, which he would never do.
Ginsburg’s work has inspired a generation of people who experience outsider status in the US, including Muslims.
Nineteen years after 9/11, Muslim victims of discrimination still face unfriendly courts.
Passing a law allowing the designation of domestic groups as terrorist would allow the government to silence opposition.
The US must not repeat the same mistake it made after 9/11 by allowing the scapegoating of a whole minority population.
The two US congresswomen are shattering all kinds of damaging stereotypes about Muslim women.
The White House iftar controversy signals the next phase of Muslim leadership.