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Muslim Travel Ban: America under the dark Cloud of Bigotry

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by Dr. Aslam Abdullah A divided Supreme court on partisan lines upheld Muslim travel ban by a margin of 5 to 4. No different than the 1944 Supreme Court decision that upheld the i

Protesting as a community

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by Samana Sheikh Students gathered at the University of Michigan’s downtown Ann Arbor campus protesting the recent Palestine and Israel disputes. The Human Rights Youth Coaliti

Emerging Public Figures with TMO: Rashida Tlaib running for Congress

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by Samana Sheikh Rashida Tlaib is the first muslim women to serve in the Michigan Legislature and is running this term as a Democrat to gain a position in Congress. Tlaib has ser

This Year’s Presidential Message on Ramadan

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by Aysha Qamar The current administration under President Donald Trump has issued many changes to programming and events including no longer hosting the annual White House Iftar,

Addressing and Making A Racial Incident Teachable

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by Quaid Saifee The first time I heard that an African-American teenager, Brennan Walker, was shot at in my town of Rochester Hills was when I received a CAIR Michigan

Memphis student goes from not knowing English to class valedictorian

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by STACY JACOBSON MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Central High School's valedictorian has been accepted into some of the country's most prestigious colleges. Amal Altareb grew up in Yemen

The NFL’s Acts Against Taking A Knee, Trump has some Words

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by TMO Staff Colin Kaepernick, former quarterback for 49ers, did something that caused one of the biggest debates in recent history. He sat during the national anthem at football

The Trump Administration Separates families, then loses the children to Human traffickers

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by TMO Staff The Trump administration has been brutal towards people who are undocumented and have been living in the United States. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

Bringing Organizing Against Islamophobia to the Next Level

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by Darakhan Raja Founder and Co-Director of Justice for Muslims Collective  In the weeks after 9/11, when I was only 13 years old,  I witnessed my small community of working cl

Refreshing Mint Matcha Lemonade

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by Noor H. Salem With the summer heat right sneaking up on the beautiful and breezy spring, nothing is more refreshing than an iced-cold beverage. Unfortunately, summer heat is u