Muslims in America
August 2, 2018
Since 9/11, fears about extremism have shaped the public’s view of Islam. And American policies often reflect these fears, zeroing in on Muslims and Muslim-Americans in the name of national security. Dr. Rachel Gillum explores whether these policies work, why we use them, and how they impact Muslims in America.
For more on this topic
Read Gillum’s SSN brief, Assessing– and Reducing– Public Fear of Muslims
Find her book, Muslims in a Post-9/11 America
Check out her piece in Talking Points Memo on racism as a national security issue