Federal Civil Rights Engagement with America’s Arab and Muslim Communities

Amy Benson (Editor)

Series: Human Rights: Background and Issues
BISAC: POL035010

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In the wake of September 11, 2001, proactive engagement with the Arab and Muslim-American community became a new, distinct, and national civil rights priority for federal government enforcement components. This book examines the methods, goals and effectiveness of the federal government’s engagement with Arab and Muslim-American individuals and communities.

Specifically, the book focuses on actions taken by the federal government to address, prevent and eradicate violations of civil rights laws against the Arab and Muslim-American communities, as well as efforts taken to ameliorate, eliminate or reduce religious, national-origin, and ethnic bias. Furthermore, this book provides a brief summary of selected federal criminal civil right statutes.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Federal Civil Rights Engagement with Arab and Muslim-American Communities Post 9/11
(U.S. Commission on Civil Rights)

Overview of Selected Federal Criminal Civil Rights Statutes
(Alison M. Smith)

Index

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