• Dec 14th, 2011

    Chris Radke

    I have had the pleasure during the second half of my life to get to know many people who are Muslim-Americans. I have been enriched through our interactions and the chance I've had to learn some of the tenants of the Muslim faith. I am proud, grateful, and better for the sharing.

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  • Dec 10th, 2011

    Joshua Thomas

    I grew up in a christian family that believed in "choosing your own faith" and so I have never been very judgmental when it came to religions and racism. I did move south and spent highschool there where I did try to be racist to fit in but it never really stayed with me and I just gave up on being a bigget (I know weird huh usually people try not to but I was trying to fit in.)

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  • Nov 06th, 2011

    Suan Yang

    As human beings, we have a natural tendency to categorize everything, including other human beings. There are many ways of categorizing people, including by gender, and by nations and tribes, which, in modern vocabulary, would encompass race, nationality, language, and religious beliefs.

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  • Sep 24th, 2011

    Aaliyah Abdullah

    "You should change your name," was the first comment out of my non-Muslim's friend mouth after I chose to convert to Christianity. Yeah I gave her the same look you're probably giving right now. This name that I was born with has been a blessing due to the meaning behind it, and because of who gave it to me.

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