Become an Ally

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By publicly and vocally speaking about the American Muslim children and families they know, allies—leaders as well as everyday people who are not American Muslims themselves—have done an enormous amount to promote understanding of American Muslims’ lives.

An ally can show support for American Muslim friends, co-workers, classmates, neighbors, family members and others in a wide variety of ways.

The best way is to take every opportunity to speak publicly and vocally – through letters to editors, Op-Eds, interviews, speeches, etc. – about the lives, contributions, hopes and dreams of American Muslim families and children they know.

 

Allies

 

Use your phone, educate millions

Get the Facts

WWW.ING.ORG/FAQ

Take 10 minutes to e-mail editors of national newspapers and call-in to radio shows. We’ve made it easy! CLICK HERE for key messages to use. CLICK HERE for templates of language to use. CLICK HERE to find e-mail addresses of editors of major newspapers.

Get the facts in response to common myths about Islam and Muslims at www.islamfactcheck.org

Find real answers to tough questions about Islam and Muslims at: www.ing.org/faq

Tools to challenge anti-Muslim hate

Find tools you can use to challenge anti-Muslim hate at www.islamophobia.org

Anti-Muslim hate groups & their funders:

Find profiles of anti-Muslim hate groups and their funders at www.islamophobianetwork.com

‘Guide to Challenging Islamophobia’

Click here to read CAIR’s ‘Guide to Challenging Islamophobia’

Dispelling Internet Rumors about American Muslims

Click here to see real facts in response to conspiracy theories about CAIR and other mainstream American Muslim organizations.

Visit a Mosque Near You

Find a mosque to visit at www.islamicfinder.org

Show Your Support

 

Learn ways to show your support and be an ally