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The Stories of ‘Muslims in Brooklyn’

Brooklyn, Muslim December 10, 2018 at 3:05 pm

Brooklyn Historical Society unveiled “Muslims in Brooklyn,” an oral history project that collected the stories of 50 people through interviews, reports Bklyner.

Muslims praying. (Photo by Zainab Iqbal via Bklyner)

A ‘Muslims in Brooklyn’ Oral History Project

Brooklyn, Muslim November 30, 2018 at 3:52 pm

The Brooklyn Historical Society’s “Muslims in Brooklyn” project, to be presented next week, features 50 diverse stories, reports Bklyner.

Makki Masjid (Photo by Zainab Iqbal via Bklyner)

Turmoil at a ‘Little Pakistan’ Mosque?

Brooklyn, Muslim, South Asian November 7, 2018 at 6:07 pm

Bklyner covers the tensions brewing at the Makki Masjid in Brooklyn.

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Queens Students Develop Hungry4Halal App

Food, Muslim, Queens, Technology September 11, 2018 at 4:59 pm

A new app created by Queens College students, identifies eateries across the city that serve halal food and also offers recipes and videos, reports QNS.

At the co-naming of 85th Rd. as "Ahmadiyya Way." (Photo by Ryan Brady via Queens Chronicle)

‘Ahmadiyya Way’ Named in Queens

Jewish, Muslim, Queens, South Asian September 7, 2018 at 3:25 pm

Queens Chronicle covers the co-naming of 85th Road in Queens as “Ahmadiyya Way.”

Commissioner Bitta Mostofi. (Photo by Zainab Iqbal via Bklyner)

MOIA’s Mostofi Visits Bay Ridge Mosque

Brooklyn, Government, Muslim August 28, 2018 at 4:45 pm

Bitta Mostofi, commissioner of the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, visited the Beit el-Maqdis Islamic Center to address concerns that included the Muslim ban, Islamophobia and immigration, reports Bklyner.

‘Fighting for Justice’ in Ozone Park

‘Fighting for Justice’ in Ozone Park

Crime, Muslim, Queens, Video July 31, 2018 at 11:44 am

CUNY TV’s “Short Docs Web Series” speaks to multimedia journalist Anuz Thapa about his new documentary, “Fighting for Justice,” on the aftermath of the murder of Imam Maulana Akonjee and his assistant Thara Uddin in 2016.

In NYC, Trying to Get Victims to Report Discrimination

In NYC, Trying to Get Victims to Report Discrimination

Jewish, Muslim, New York June 19, 2018 at 7:40 pm

The NYC Commission on Human Rights released a study documenting bias, harassment, discrimination and acts of hate against Muslim, Arab, South Asian, Jewish and Sikh New Yorkers – and suggested recommendations for getting more victims to report incidents.

$1 Million for a Halal and Kosher Lunch Pilot in NYC

$1 Million for a Halal and Kosher Lunch Pilot in NYC

Education, Food, Government, Health, Jewish, Muslim, New York June 14, 2018 at 5:52 pm

The City Council has allocated $1 million toward a halal and kosher lunch pilot program for the schools.

NYC’s ‘Hidden’ Asian Communities

NYC’s ‘Hidden’ Asian Communities

Asian, Culture, Metro Area, Muslim, Video June 12, 2018 at 6:18 pm

CUNY TV’s “Asian American Life” looks at how the Nepalese, Filipino Muslims, Sikhs and Sri Lankans have settled in the NYC area and preserved their cultures while integrating into the mainstream.

‘Living as the Son of an Alleged Terrorist’

‘Living as the Son of an Alleged Terrorist’

Crime, Muslim, New York, Video May 11, 2018 at 12:47 pm

BRIC TV profiles a young imam in Albany whose father was arrested in an FBI counterterrorism sting operation.

Supporting Muslim Youths in Brooklyn

Supporting Muslim Youths in Brooklyn

Brooklyn, Muslim, Youth May 4, 2018 at 12:39 pm

In a video from BRIC TV, a Bangladeshi American reflects on being Muslim in Brooklyn and running a youth support group.

Shaheen Pasha (Photo courtesy of Shaheen Pasha, via Bklyner)

‘Pure’ American Stories of Immigrant Life

Brooklyn, Health, Immigration, Muslim, South Asian March 21, 2018 at 3:34 pm

Bklyner profiles UMass journalism professor Shaheen Pasha, who is writing about growing up in an immigrant family in Brooklyn.

Meeting Legal Needs of Arabs and South Asians

Meeting Legal Needs of Arabs and South Asians

Meet lawyer Naz Ahmad, who advocates for immigrants “particularly affected by national security and counter-terrorism policies and practices.”

Fatima Coundoul (Photo via Open City)

‘To be Muslim, Black, and Undocumented’

African, Immigration, Muslim, Women March 7, 2018 at 2:56 pm

Fatima Coundoul, a DACA recipient who aspires to be an English teacher, tells her story to Open City.