Public Policy Resources
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
European Islamophobia Report 2019,Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research (SETA) (2019).
American Muslim Poll 2018: Pride and Prejudice, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (2018).
An Educator’s Guide to Islamic Religious Practice, Council on American Islamic Relations (2018).
Countering the Islamophobia Industry Toward More Effective Strategies, The Carter Center (2018).
Holy Hate: The Far Right’s Radicalization of Religion, Southern Poverty Law Center (2018).
The Healthcare Provider’s Guide to Islamic Religious Practices, Council American Islamic Relations (2018).
The Importance of Narrative in Responding to Hate Incidents Following Trigger Events, Tell MAMA UK (2018).
Legalizing Other, HAAS Institute (September 2017).
Power, Pain, Potential, South Asian Americans Leading Together (2017).
Views of Islam and Extremism in the U.S. and Abroad, Pew Research Center (February 2017).
When Islamophobia Turns Violent, The Bridge Initiative (2016).
Final Evaluation of Halal in the Family: Measuring Implicit and Explicit Anti-Muslim Bias, The Perception Institute (2015).
Fear, Inc. 2.0: The Islamophobia Network’s Efforts to Manufacture Hate in America, Center for American Progress (2015).
Abrahamic Alternatives to War: Jewish, Christian and Muslim Perspectives on Just Peacemaking, U.S. Institute for Peace (2008).
Criminalizing Muslim Identity
#Islamophobia Stoking Fear and Prejudice in the 2018 Midterms,Lawrence Pintak, Jonathan Albright, Brian J. Bowe, and Shaheen Pasha.
Cost of War, Brown University Watson Institute International & Public Affairs (2019).
Civil Rights Report, Council on American Islamic Relations (2018).
Communities on Fire, South Asian Americans Leading Together (2018).
Living with the Muslim Ban, American Civil Liberties Union (2018).
Why Do Some Terrorist Attacks Receive More Media Attention Than Others?, Erin Kearns,
Allison Betus, and Anthony Lemieux (2018).
Window Dressing the Muslim Ban, Center for Constitutional Rights (June 2018).
Know Your Rights! Flying While Muslim, City University of New York Creating Law Enforcement Accountability and Responsibility (2018).
Know Your Rights When Encountering Law Enforcement, American Civil Liberties Union (2018).
Extreme Vetting and the Muslim Ban, Brennan Center for Justice (2017).
A New Era in American Politics: The Trump Administration and Mainstream Islamophobia, The Bridge Initiative (2017)
Transnational Rights and Security
Solidarity Statement – Supporting Communities Targeted for Hate, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (2020).
Unheard Voices: What Syrian Refugees Need to Return Home, Carnegie Endowment: Middle East Center (2018).
University Module Series: Counter-Terrorism, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (2018).
Whither Egypt’s Judicial Independence, Arab Horizons: Governance and the Future of the Arab World, Carnegie Endowment for Int’l Peace (2018).
Understanding Masculinities: Results from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES), El Feki, S., Heilman, B. and Barker, G., Eds. (2017).
We Do Unreasonable Things Here: Torture and National Security in al-Sisi’s Egypt, Human Rights Watch (2017)
My World is Finished: Rohingya Targeted in Crimes Against Humanity in Myanmar, Amnesty International (2017).
The Foreign Affairs Budget: Democracy, Governance, and Human Rights in the Middle East and North Africa, Project on Middle East Democracy (2017).
Drones as an Instrument of U.S. Foreign Policy, The Muslim Public Affairs Council (2014).
The United States & Political Islamism , Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (December 2010).