Married to a Muslim man in North Carolina, Katy is especially heartbroken by the murders of three precious lives in Chapel Hill this week. Here are her reflections...
Compassion for Prejudice through Reflection
When you get slapped in the face, is it possible to find compassion?
Ramadan: A New Mama Reflects
A new Muslim mom juggles baby and Ramadan...
Ramadan Guest Blog Post Series
Kickiing off the Ramadan guest blog post series ...
Podcast: Confronting Religious and Cultural Hatred
I had the pleasure of participating in a radio interview with Arnd Wächter and Dr. David Owusu-Ansah on Tom Graham's "Virginia Insight"show.
Demystifying the Other: Tools for International Educators
Our session was described as follows: “Muslim”, “Israeli”, “African”, and “American” – the labels that we use to describe others come with heavy baggage and a tremendous burden.
Park 51: Imam Fiesal Abdul Rauf and Daisy Khan’s Roles Change
A press release from Park 51 announced that Imam Fiesal Abdul Rauf and his wife, Daisy Khan, will no longer be speaking on the organization's behalf. Imam Fiesal will begin his personal speaking tour next week. He and Ms. Khan will also not be raising funds for the project on this speaking tour.
Fighting Extremism: Comments by Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf and Daisy Khan
Moving words by Imam Fiesal Abdul Rauf and his wife, Daisy Khan, regarding the goals of Park 51, New York City's proposed Islamic Center.
Top 5 facts about Park 51, NYC’s proposed Islamic Center
I heard an interesting interview with Michel Abboud, the architect for the proposed Islamic cultural center known at Park 51. (I suppose we could also call it "the Islamic cultural center formerly known as the Cordoba House and incorrectly called the World Trade Center mosque.)
The Ninth Anniversary of 9/11 and our Profound Responsibility to Work Toward Peace
The 9th anniversary of 9/11 - an opinion from a New Yorker and international educator.
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