The Mantra of Critical Race Theory in the Shadows of Victimhood

"Ibram X. Kendi" (not his real name), an author and university teacher (attached to the newly formed Center for Antiracist Research at Boston University), is...

Yes, We Must Discuss the Political and Religious Implications of Football

I received a great deal of critical feedback in response to my previous article on the Moroccan national football team. Some readers felt that...

3 Questions Muslims Should Ask about the #MeToo Campaign

  Muslims need to step back and reevaluate whether they want to jump on the bandwagon of every last liberal feminist cause that flops onto...

Social Justice Epistemology

It used to be racist or misogynistic to believe that one's race or one's sex affected one's ability to understand an idea or entertain...

American Muslims Teach the World the Meaning of Consistency

When it comes to anti Muslim discrimination and the larger discourse on anti racism: "Our faith strongly condemns all forms of prejudice and we...

New Supreme Court Case Challenges Religious Freedom for LGBT

The Supreme Court is getting ready to hear another case regarding freedom of religion (or gay rights, depending on which side you’re on) that...

Clinton Doesn’t Care About Black People

We are told that Hillary Clinton will do much to address the scourge of police violence against Black Americans as opposed to Trump, who...

Is Islamophobia Our Biggest Fear?

My kids are young. Like all parents, I worry about their future. If I had to estimate, I would say I worry about them...

Job Hunting While Muslim

If your name is Muhammad and you shorten it to "Mo," maybe that will help you with prejudiced employers and interviewers (not sure why...

Don’t Give Dirty Looks to the Man

Why do we see so many incidences of police being overly combative, violent, and brutalizing toward innocent people? In America, black people are predominantly the...