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Deep Dives with ISPU expands on the latest research about American Muslim communities through accessible conversations with experts, scholars, and other prolific community leaders about topics ranging from the current state of American mosques, to what makes humor "Muslim". By tuning into our audio deep dives, you'll stay up to date and informed about the most pressing issues facing American Muslim communities today. Learn more about our work: ispu.org

Deep Dives with ISPU Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

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Deep Dives with ISPU expands on the latest research about American Muslim communities through accessible conversations with experts, scholars, and other prolific community leaders about topics ranging from the current state of American mosques, to what makes humor "Muslim". By tuning into our audio deep dives, you'll stay up to date and informed about the most pressing issues facing American Muslim communities today. Learn more about our work: ispu.org

    American Muslim Poll 2022: A Politics and Pandemic Status Report

    American Muslim Poll 2022: A Politics and Pandemic Status Report

    Fielded between mid-February and mid-March, American Muslim Poll 2022: A Politics and Pandemic Status Report provides a snapshot of American Muslims and Americans of other faiths as well as no faith two years into the COVID-19 pandemic as we enter a new phase of living with the virus. In its sixth installment, this poll presents an updated demographic profile of American Muslims, measured the Islamophobia Index, and expands on areas of study of institutional and individual Islamophobia and bullying to cover not only “brick and mortar” engagements but online spaces.

    On this episode of Deep Dives with ISPU, Director of Communications, Katherine Coplen, interviews Dalia Mogahed, ISPU's Director of Research and the poll's co-author, on the poll's research processes and findings.

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    American Muslim Poll 2022

    • 16 min
    Reclaiming the Narrative: Ashley Wolford

    Reclaiming the Narrative: Ashley Wolford

    Visions and Voices, the first publication from ISPU's Native American and Indigenous Muslim Stories (NAIMS): Reclaiming the Narrative project, is the first-ever photo narrative project to center the lived experiences of Native American and Indigenous Muslims in the United States. This research amplifies Indigenous Muslim voices to highlight the challenges, strengths, and needs of this small but incredibly diverse community.
    ISPU Researchers conducted 17 in-depth, semi-structured interviews with Native American Muslims over a period of six months. Interviews explored identity, ways to navigate multiple marginalized communities, and insights into participants' struggles, hopes, and dreams. Listen to an audio clip from Ashley Wolford's (Choctaw) story, excerpted from the interview. 
    Explore the full project: ispu.org/naims-visions-and-voices.
    The research team for NAIMS: Reclaiming the Narrative includes: 
    Brennan McDaniel, Principal Investigator, Ph.D. student, Yale University.Dalia Mogahed, Director of Research, Institute for Social Policy and UnderstandingDr. Nida Ahmad, Research Associate, independent researcher and consultantHuda Rahman, Research Associate, undergraduate student, Vassar CollegeNura Maznavi, writer and editorAyesha Mattu, writer and editorMaha Elsinbawi, Research Project Manager, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

    • 1 min
    Reclaiming the Narrative: Amor Crey

    Reclaiming the Narrative: Amor Crey

    Visions and Voices, the first publication from ISPU's Native American and Indigenous Muslim Stories (NAIMS): Reclaiming the Narrative project, is the first-ever photo narrative project to center the lived experiences of Native American and Indigenous Muslims in the United States. This research amplifies Indigenous Muslim voices to highlight the challenges, strengths, and needs of this small but incredibly diverse community.
    ISPU Researchers conducted 17 in-depth, semi-structured interviews with Native American Muslims over a period of six months. Interviews explored identity, ways to navigate multiple marginalized communities, and insights into participants' struggles, hopes, and dreams. Listen to an audio clip from Amor Crey's (Nahua, Otomi, Huichol, Wixaritari, Tarahumara, Purépecha) story, excerpted from the interview. 
    Explore the full project: ispu.org/naims-visions-and-voices.
    The research team for NAIMS: Reclaiming the Narrative includes: 
    Brennan McDaniel, Principal Investigator, Ph.D. student, Yale University.Dalia Mogahed, Director of Research, Institute for Social Policy and UnderstandingDr. Nida Ahmad, Research Associate, independent researcher and consultantHuda Rahman, Research Associate, undergraduate student, Vassar CollegeNura Maznavi, writer and editorAyesha Mattu, writer and editorMaha Elsinbawi, Research Project Manager, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

    • 1 min
    Reclaiming the Narrative: Kayla Cyrus

    Reclaiming the Narrative: Kayla Cyrus

    Visions and Voices, the first publication from ISPU's Native American and Indigenous Muslim Stories (NAIMS): Reclaiming the Narrative project, is the first-ever photo narrative project to center the lived experiences of Native American and Indigenous Muslims in the United States. This research amplifies Indigenous Muslim voices to highlight the challenges, strengths, and needs of this small but incredibly diverse community.
    ISPU Researchers conducted 17 in-depth, semi-structured interviews with Native American Muslims over a period of six months. Interviews explored identity, ways to navigate multiple marginalized communities, and insights into participants' struggles, hopes, and dreams. Listen to an audio clip from Kayla Cyrus's (Tuscarora and Waccamaw Siouan) story, excerpted from the interview. 
    Explore the full project: ispu.org/naims-visions-and-voices.
    The research team for NAIMS: Reclaiming the Narrative includes: 
    Brennan McDaniel, Principal Investigator, Ph.D. student, Yale University.Dalia Mogahed, Director of Research, Institute for Social Policy and UnderstandingDr. Nida Ahmad, Research Associate, independent researcher and consultantHuda Rahman, Research Associate, undergraduate student, Vassar CollegeNura Maznavi, writer and editorAyesha Mattu, writer and editorMaha Elsinbawi, Research Project Manager, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

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    Reclaiming the Narrative: Diana Itawi

    Reclaiming the Narrative: Diana Itawi

    Visions and Voices, the first publication from ISPU's Native American and Indigenous Muslim Stories (NAIMS): Reclaiming the Narrative project, is the first-ever photo narrative project to center the lived experiences of Native American and Indigenous Muslims in the United States. This research amplifies Indigenous Muslim voices to highlight the challenges, strengths, and needs of this small but incredibly diverse community.
    ISPU Researchers conducted 17 in-depth, semi-structured interviews with Native American Muslims over a period of six months. Interviews explored identity, ways to navigate multiple marginalized communities, and insights into participants' struggles, hopes, and dreams. Listen to an audio clip from Diana Itawi's (Monacan Indian Nation) story, excerpted from the interview. 
    Explore the full project: ispu.org/naims-visions-and-voices.
    The research team for NAIMS: Reclaiming the Narrative includes: 
    Brennan McDaniel, Principal Investigator, Ph.D. student, Yale University.Dalia Mogahed, Director of Research, Institute for Social Policy and UnderstandingDr. Nida Ahmad, Research Associate, independent researcher and consultantHuda Rahman, Research Associate, undergraduate student, Vassar CollegeNura Maznavi, writer and editorAyesha Mattu, writer and editorMaha Elsinbawi, Research Project Manager, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

    • 45 sec
    Reclaiming the Narrative: Hussein Itawi

    Reclaiming the Narrative: Hussein Itawi

    Visions and Voices, the first publication from ISPU's Native American and Indigenous Muslim Stories (NAIMS): Reclaiming the Narrative project, is the first-ever photo narrative project to center the lived experiences of Native American and Indigenous Muslims in the United States. This research amplifies Indigenous Muslim voices to highlight the challenges, strengths, and needs of this small but incredibly diverse community.
    ISPU Researchers conducted 17 in-depth, semi-structured interviews with Native American Muslims over a period of six months. Interviews explored identity, ways to navigate multiple marginalized communities, and insights into participants' struggles, hopes, and dreams. Listen to an audio clip from Hussein Itawi's (Monacan Indian Nation) story, excerpted from the interview. 
    Explore the full project: ispu.org/naims-visions-and-voices.
    The research team for NAIMS: Reclaiming the Narrative includes: 
    Brennan McDaniel, Principal Investigator, Ph.D. student, Yale University.Dalia Mogahed, Director of Research, Institute for Social Policy and UnderstandingDr. Nida Ahmad, Research Associate, independent researcher and consultantHuda Rahman, Research Associate, undergraduate student, Vassar CollegeNura Maznavi, writer and editorAyesha Mattu, writer and editorMaha Elsinbawi, Research Project Manager, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

    • 44 sec

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