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New AMAS faculty member, Nancy Khalil, was interviewed on WCVB, local ABC News in the Boston area, for a segment: "Cityline: Muslim Women Voices," on August 22, 2018!
"The Limits of Liberal Multiculturalism Islamophobia and Real Time with Bill Maher"
Welcome to Arab and Muslim American Studies
Today, an estimated 3.5 million Arabs and Arab Americans live in the United States. Arab Americans in Michigan constitute one of the largest Arab American populations in the U.S. Figures on the number of Muslims in the United States range widely from 3 to 12 million, many of whom are African American, South Asian American, and Arab American. The population of Muslims in the U.S. is diverse and includes a growing Latina/o Muslim population. In addition, the Arab region, its diasporas, Muslim Americans, and recent Muslim immigrants have become increasingly central to U.S. history and politics. Immigration and displacement by war and the forces of global economy are among the factors that have sparked movements of Arab and Muslim people to the United States.
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