For today’s 9/11 anniversary show, we hear two perspectives on the fallout of the September 11 attacks and the long War on Terror. First up, Stephen Zunes on the United […]
Terrorcraft and the Legacy of 9/11 with Deepa Kumar
As we approach the nineteenth anniversary of 9/11, today we turn our attention to the five-trillion-dollar “war on terror” and the construction of the racialized terrorist in the American imagination […]
No to Hijab: Alaa Basatneh on Rising Islamophobia in the U.S.
Reports about individual Muslims in America facing violence, harassment, intimidation and bigotry have become omnipresent. Many Muslims say Islamophobia is worse now than it’s ever been — even worse than […]
Fighting Islamophobia in the U.S.
Political rhetoric and misinformation are fueling Islamophobia sentiment in the U.S. Karma Chavez talks with Janan Najeeb from the Milwaukee Muslim Women’s Coalition about how these strong feelings are affecting […]
Islamophobia in the contemporary public sphere
Today host Karma Chavez talks with Shereen Yousuf, a PhD student in communication arts at UW-Madison who studies representations of Muslims, about the recent anti-Muslim incidents and comments from Ahmed Mohamed to Donald Trump, and Islamophobia in the contemporary public sphere.
“Islamophobia: The Ideological Campaign Against Muslims”
On Tuesday October 16th, host Cynthia Lin talked with professor Stephen Sheehi about his recent book, “Islamophobia: The Ideological Campaign Against Muslims.” Sheehi is Associate Professor of Arabic and Director […]