Monthly Archives: November 2014

Muslims on how to say some words used in Islam

We recorded this audio for “100 Questions and Answers About Muslim Americans” to shows how some Muslims pronounce “Islam,” “Muslim,” “Allah” and “Ramadan mubarak,” which means, “Blessed Ramadan.” The words are pronounced by a Pakistani-American woman in her 20s, a … Continue reading

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This month: Guide to Muslim Americans

This month, we expect to take delivery on the seventh guide in our Bias Busters series. This one answers 100 of the everyday questions that people ask about Muslim Americans. The questions were suggested by Muslims interviewed by students asked … Continue reading

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Bias Busters guides spark conversations

We had a great night at the Michigan State University Library Oct. 28 when almost 100 people came out to hear about the Bias Busters project. They answered questions from “100 Questions and Answers About Americans” and then discussed in … Continue reading

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