A feature interview with a fashion blogger took a sudden turn on WGN in Chicago.
News anchors Robin Baumgarten and Larry Potash were interviewing fashion blogger Hoda Katebi about the intersection of fashion and politics.
Potosh then made the transition from Katebi’s upbringing in Oklahoma to her views on the Middle East … Read more
Police are investigating accusations from an Uber driver that a passenger put a gun to his head, reports WQAD.
“I hate Turban people,” Gurjeet Singh quoted his passenger as saying.
Singh says the passenger began questioning him about his citizenship status, even asking him “Do you serve … Read more
A video originally published by the father on Facebook shows a group of White girls attacking the 14 year old.
However police say they think the fight was over a boy and had nothing to do with the girl’s … Read more
Journalisms reports that favorable attitudes from Americans about Arabs, Muslims, Arab Americans and Muslim Americans have reached their highest levels in a decade.
Moy Hu faces two counts of criminal mischief charges in the November 11 incident, according to CBS NY.
He is accused of smashing windows at the Beit El-Maqdis Islamic Center.
Earlier that same evening police say he was also … Read more
A military jury has found a drill instructor guilty of harassing and assaulting young recruits, particularly those who are Muslim.
He was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison.
Consulting firm Accenture is facing a discrimination lawsuit brought forth by a Muslim Indian employee. Mohammed Ali claims that, despite his excellent performance at the company, he was demoted and received a lower salary and no annual bonus based on his religion and race, according to Bloomberg.
Ali adds … Read more
South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), joined 30 other national and local civil rights organizations, including the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), in condemning Southwest Airlines’ treatment of pregnant Muslim American professor Anila Daulatzai, in September.
In a letter to Southwest Airlines and the Maryland Transportation Authority Police (MDTA) last week, … Read more
An Asian American federal judge in Maryland early today became the second in less than 24 hours to halt the latest version of President Trump’s travel ban.
The Washington Post reports Judge Theodore D. Chuang blocked the White House from enforcing the ban