The campaign includes posters, videos, blog posts and events.
The third annual Muslim Day at the Capitol gave participants a chance to speak to their lawmakers about concerns in person.
Groups continue to promote diversity, unity and progress in the face of the recent political and community climate.
Comedy is like a cousin of journalism. Journalists point out intellectual truths and psychological truths about things that are going on in the world. Comics, we can point out things that make people laugh by pointing out the fallibility, the strangeness and the twisted nature of things.
Donald Trump as the GOP candidate appealed to voters with fear, hate and ignorance, and violence was accepted by many.
Muslims in Oklahoma and abroad need our help, not our fear, racism, xenophobia or Islamophobia.
The Oct. 8 article “Faith and fear” (News, Ben Felder, Oklahoma Gazette) at first struck me as more Islamic faith propaganda, but as I read, I realized that some of it might be true, or at least honest.
As our city gets bigger, our world gets smaller.
Edmond was the site of an event promoting the idea that Islam is a violent religion intent on overthrowing the American government.
Can a case for democracy be made from a religious Muslim perspective? The question is particularly timely given the recent attacks on the Libyan embassy. Mustafa Akyol, a Turkish journalist and columnist, will address the question in a lecture Monday at Oklahoma City University. Akyol, the author of Islam Without Extremes: A Muslim Case for…