Mar. 8 | BEING BROWN: Race, Religion, and Violence in Trump’s America

INTERSECTIONAL CONVERSATION

THURSDAY / MARCH 8 / 6-8 PM

20 Cooper Square, 7th Floor Atrium

BEING BROWN: Race, Religion, and Violence in Trump’s America

Scholars, activists, and journalists discuss how Islamophobia and anti-Muslim violence, xenophobia, and white supremacy impact Muslim, Arab, Sikh, South Asian, and Latin Americans today. Discussants: Jaweed Kaleem (LA Times), Ilyse Morgenstein Fuerst (University of Vermont), Laurie Goodstein (NY Times), Amardeep Singh (Open Society Foundation), Moderator: Simran Jeet Singh (Center for Religion and Media.

Co-Sponsors: Department of Social and Cultural Analysis; NYU Literary Reportage Program; Media, Culture, and Communications; Religious Studies

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