American Muslims

Various pieces of art arranged in rows (Courtesy of JAMMARTT)

Muslim-Jewish exhibit explores shared immigration stories

A group of Jewish and Muslim artists in Virginia are sharing their and their families' immigration stories through an exhibition. Learn more.
Men sitting with prayer rugs outdoors (© Seth Wenig/AP Images)

Eid traditions in the United States

Many Muslim Americans gather for special prayers and feasts with family to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan.
Combination photo of three people (© Antar Hanif, Courtesy of Saffron Road Foods and Courtesy of Turajii Shakoor)

Muslim-owned small businesses thrive in America

America's Muslim entrepreneurs are active in many industries. Discover why they love their work, and learn from their business advice.
People gathered at a food truck (© Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

Muslim Americans celebrate Ramadan

See how some foods that Muslim Americans prepare for Ramadan reflect their diverse cultures and traditions.
Group of women standing and sitting around table (Courtesy of Najiba Akbar)

Muslim chaplains guide students during Ramadan

Muslim chaplains are a growing presence on many U.S. campuses. Learn how they help guide students through Ramadan.
Man standing in greenhouse (© Scott Gries/Invision/AP Images)

Black Muslims: An important part of America’s story [photo gallery]

Black Muslims have played a role in America’s story. Learn how they continue to contribute to U.S. culture.
Three women posing in designer clothing (© Louellashop.com)

Makers of modest clothes find a niche in U.S. fashion

Modest fashion, once considered dowdy, is now anything but. Learn how retailers are catering to buyers who want stylish yet modest clothing.
Lights shining from building at night (© John Mitchell/Alamy)

Confronting a century-old act of racism

September 4, 1907, was a dark day of racial intolerance in the city of Bellingham, Washington. Now, the town is reckoning with its past.
Three young men posing and smiling with arms around each other (Courtesy of Waqas Idrees)

Muslim student associations create cultural ties in the U.S.

The Muslim Students Association of the U.S. & Canada helps bring students together on U.S. and Canadian university campuses. Learn more here.