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Chapter 4: Religious Oppression

Section 2: Further Resources

Print Resources

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Video and Film Resources

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Internet Resources
Demographic Information

American Religious Identification Survey, 2008

The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life

The Pluralism Project at Harvard University

Religious Pluralism, Democracy, Global Citizenship

Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions

Interfaith Youth Core

Leadership Conference on Civil Rights

The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life

The Pluralism Project at Harvard University

Religious Liberty in Public Schools (First Amendment Center)

Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding

Teaching Tolerance

Information on Specific Religions and Advocacy

American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee

The Anti-Defamation League


Council on American-Islamic Relations

Council on Islamic Education

Facing History and Ourselves: Holocaust and Human Behavior

Hindu American Foundation

Leadership Conference on Civil Rights

Not In Our Town Campaign

PBS Film References

Religious Tolerance

The Sikh Coalition

Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund

The Simon Wiesenthal Center

South Asian Americans Leading Together

Southern Poverty Law Center

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

When Hate Groups Come To Town: A Handbook of Effective Community Responses

World Conference of Religions for Peace

Personal Writings on experiences of religious oppression

Reclaiming My Roots, And My Name, by Sonny Singh

First Writing Since (Poem on Crisis of Terror) by Suheir Hammad

Nankani, S., and Muslim Youth in NYC Public Schools Study. (2009). This is where I need to be: Curriculum Guide and a Resource for Teachers New York Student Press Initiative, Teachers College Columbia University. See

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