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Great News for All Muslims

Great News for all Muslims, The UN General Assembly adopted by consensus on Tuesday a resolution declaring March 15 as International Day to Combat Islamophobia. This is a huge step in our efforts to bring light to acts of Islamophobia. The resolution was introduced by Pakistan on behalf of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation. It marks the day when a gunman …


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Voting rights vulnerable as Senate fails to pass legislation

In late January 2022, Senate Democrats failed in their efforts to pass federal voting rights bills. The voting rights legislation would target a recent increase in measures that are meant to restrict and disenfranchise Black and minority votes following the 2020 federal election.  Sending absentee ballots to voters who didn’t request them is now criminalized in Texas; in Georgia, voters …


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2021 Year Wrap Up

The year 2021 has been framed by the Covid-19 pandemic and its effects, from income inequality to vaccine apartheid. In the US, conversations regarding wealth inequality, racism, and injustice have been a part of the national discourse. ICNA CSJ has covered a variety of issues throughout 2021. As we move forward and start the new year, we reiterate and engage …