Islamophobia: It's personal.
Islamophobia affects all of us.
Whether you’re Muslim or not, you likely have a story of how prejudice has impacted your life.
My Bridge Story is a place to share personal experiences — stories of fear and adversity, stories of hope and friendship. It is a place to meet the diverse individuals who are impacted by Islamophobia and who want to do something about it.
Some of those you’ll meet here have experienced discrimination firsthand. Others have witnessed it in their communities and felt the need to speak out. Some individuals we profile are well-known, and use their platform to create change. But most are ordinary people who do what they can to promote pluralism in their own communities.
We hope that by sharing your stories, we can build the bridges that will help end Islamophobia.
Monthly Theme: November 2017
How does Islamophobia affect you in your daily life?
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