The Challenges Of Being Muslim American In The Wake Of The Boston Marathon Bombings (1 of 3)

by
Owen Poindexter
What is it like to be part of a group with 1.4 billion members, and to be blamed personally anytime one of those 1.4 billion commits a public act of violence? The Muslim American community faces unique challenges in the wake of the bombings at the Boston Marathon. Carbonated.tv’s own Omar Khan discusses his interviews and research with the Muslim American community to illuminate what it’s like to be ostracized for someone else’s crimes.

What is it like to be part of a group with 1.4 billion members, and to be blamed personally anytime one of those 1.4 billion commits a public act of violence? The Muslim American community faces unique challenges in the wake of the bombings at the Boston Marathon. Carbonated.tv’s own Omar Khan discusses his interviews and research with the Muslim American community to illuminate what it’s like to be ostracized for someone else’s crimes.

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