Muslims in America
- Rami Nashashibi, and special guests.
For longer than many realize, Islam has been part of the fabric of the United States, and American Muslims from many races, ethnicities, backgrounds, and beliefs represent a growing minority here. Explore the multifaceted culture and experiences of Muslims in America through a conversation moderated by the Smithsonian Institution’s Peter Manseau with influential photojournalist Lynsey Addario, NPR journalist Leila Fadel, MacArthur Fellow Rami Nashashibi, Identity Politics podcast co-host Makkah Ali, and Inner-City Muslim Action Network Senior Organizer and Director Shamar Hemphill.
About the speakers
- Addario was one of four New York Times journalists captured and kidnapped in 2001, while covering the war in Libya.
- In 2015, American Photo magazine named Addario "One of the five most influential photographers of the past 25 years," for changing the way we see world conflict.
- MacArthur Fellow
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