Led by Emgage, a nonprofit working to increase American Muslim political literacy and civic engagement, the campaign will focus on improving voter turnout in states with sizeable Muslim populations.
The American Learning Institute for Muslims focuses on the needs of religious literacy, cultivation of critical thinking, and the empowerment of American Muslims through intensive leadership programs where scholars engage in dynamic dialogue with diverse communities.
A series of short-form, first-person documentary films that uses humor and empathy to subvert stereotypes, illuminate the complexity and diversity of American Muslims, and point to our commonly shared humanity.
UPF’s animated feature production, Lamya’s Poem, tells the true story of a young girl’s harrowing escape from violence in Syria to an uncertain future in a refugee camp in Europe. The film is expected to release in 2020.
As our global community struggles with the spread of COVID-19, The Inclusive America Project has organized a list of virtual events, religious literacy tools, and ways to get involved and support the most vulnerable in our communities on their blog.