Post Tagged with: "NYPD surveillance"

A publicity still from "The Help."

Voices in Focus: Muslim Students React to News of NYPD Spying

Crime, Culture, Immigration, Labor February 24, 2012 at 12:32 pm

Muslim students expressed shock at news that the NYPD has spied on their organizations; a proposed measure that would allow Irish immigrants special work visas causes controversy; and a domestic workers’ advocacy group takes advantage of Oscar buzz around “The Help.”

Faria Imtiaz, Muslim student at Brooklyn College

Muslim community on edge?

Brooklyn, Featured Posts, New York January 11, 2012 at 1:04 pm

Pakistani Muslim writer Omar Akhtar embarks on a journey through Muslim Brooklyn and finds paranoia, fear, and outrage. Akhtar says his journey was prompted by recent reports of secret NYPD infiltration into New York City mosques. He explores the question of what it’s like to be young and Muslim and living in an America.

Muslim leaders have begun educating constituents about their rights, in light of revelations of NYPD surveillance.

Muslims react to NYPD surveillance

Education, New York November 18, 2011 at 3:44 pm

Following the Associated Press’s revelation that the New York City Police Department has targeted Muslims for undercover surveillance,  Muslim leaders have begun conducting teach-ins to let their constituents know their rights and to warn them to watch for informants and provocateurs.

Muslim leaders have begun educating constituents about their rights, in light of revelations of NYPD surveillance.

Muslims react to NYPD surveillance

Education, New York November 18, 2011 at 3:44 pm

Following the Associated Press’s revelation that the New York City Police Department has targeted Muslims for undercover surveillance,  Muslim leaders have begun conducting teach-ins to let their constituents know their rights and to warn them to watch for informants and provocateurs.