M. Scott Bortot
According to Scottish Detective Inspector Shaheen Baber, it takes a community to counter extremism.
Abeera Akhtar and her colleagues at Pakistan's Lahore University of Management Sciences started the FATE (From Apathy to Empathy) project against extremism.
After becoming an Eagle Scout and converting to Islam, Abdul Rashid Abdullah continues to volunteer and foster interfaith dialogue through the Boy Scouts.
Arshia Wajid, who founded American Muslim Health Professionals, urges everyone to find some hours regularly to contribute to something they believe in.
A refugee from Iraq immersed himself in American culture by sharing in one of the core aspects: volunteerism. He's now a volunteer firefighter.
More American public schools are adding Arabic-language learning to their curriculum to teach about diversity and culture.
Arab Americans have one of the highest rates of political participation of any ethnic group in the U.S. and serve at every level of the government.
Land-mine detection is a dangerous job. But thanks to one non-profit, dogs are trained and deployed throughout the world to help with the task.
Most of the refugees arriving in Serbia "are hungry, tired and terrified, and that is something you can’t just ignore,” American Corner program coordinator Marko Bumbic says.