Representing Arab and Muslim-Americans in Challenging Times

In cooperation with the US Human Rights Network and Project South, the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law hosted an event entitled "Representing Arab and Muslim-Americans in Challenging Times."

Experts discussed the Muslim ban, dealing with the FBI, religious discrimination, naturalization and Green Card delays, and other civil and human rights abuses against Arab and Muslim-Americans.

Speakers Included: Rachel Conner, Bruce Hamilton, Hiroko Kusuda, Laila Hlass, Azadeh N. Shahshahani, and Manzoor Cheema

For those that could not attend the presentation, we filmed each session. Please follow the links below for the videos.