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Being Brown: Race, Religion, and Violence in Trump’s America

An intersectional conversation about how Islamophobia has colored racial identity in America.

March 8th, 2018

6:00 - 8:00 PM

Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute
7th Floor Commons
20 Cooper Square, NY

Being Brown: Race, Religion, and Violence in Trump’s America, will be an intersectional conversation about how Islamophobia has colored racial identity in America. We are bringing together scholars, activists, and journalists together to discuss how anti-Muslim violence, xenophobia, and white supremacy are impacting the lives of Muslim, Arab, Sikh, South Asian, and Latinx Americans today.

With panelists:

Laurie Goodstein (The New York Times)
Jaweed Kaleem (The LA Times)
Amardeep Singh (Open Society Foundation)
Ilyse Morgenstein Fuerst (University of Vermont)
Khaled Beydoun (University of Detroit Mercy)

Moderated by Simran Jeet Singh (NYU)

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Being Brown: Race, Religion, and Violence in Trump's America - Event Poster March 8 2018