The following resources offer an introduction to the three themes underpinning the work of the Center for Security, Race and Rights. The views expressed therein represent those of the author and are not endorsements by CSRR.
Color of Religion
An Ordinary Muslim, Hammaad Chaudry (2018).
#GoodMuslimBadMuslim, Tanzila Ahmed and Zahra Noorbakhsh (2018).
Halal in the Family, Aasif Mandvi. (2015).
Muslims in America: A New Generation, NPR (2018).
Muslims in America, TIME (2018).
Narratives, Newest Americans (2018).
The Muslims Are Coming!, Negin Farsad & Dean Obeidallah (2011).
The Secret Life of Muslims, Vox (2016).
Unmosqued, Ahmed Eid (2014).
Wrap My Hijab, Mona Haydar (2017).
Prince Among Slaves, PBS Documentary (2007).
Criminalizing Muslim Identity
White Fright, The Guardian (2018).
Islamophobia Inc, Al Jazeera (2018).
It’s Bigger Than a Ban, NPR (2018).
Growing Up Muslim in the US, CBS (2018).
Heartbreaking Stories Shared At Religious and Racial Profiling Event, Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights (2014).
The Rule of Law Oral History Project, Ramzi Kassem, Columbia University, (2011).
What do you think when you look at me?, Dalia Mogahed, (2016).
Transnational Rights and Security
Muslims, PBS Frontline (2014).
On Her Shoulders, Alexandria Bombach (2018).
Queens of Syria, Yasmin Fedda (2014).
Poems of War, Peace, Women, Power, Suheir Hammad (2010).
The Road to Guantánamo, Michael Winterbottom & Mat Whitecross (2006).
The Square: The People Demand the Downfall of the Regime, Jehane Noujaim (2013).
Syria: The World’s Largest Refugee Crisis, Foreign Policy Association (2016).
We are the Giant, Greg Barker (2014).
Women at the Negotiating Table: The Missing Piece in Peacebuilding, Manal Omar (2018).