WISE IN THE PRESS

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WIKI EzVid

WISE named one of 5 main Organizations Advocating For Gender Equality

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The Wall Street Journal

The #MosqueMeToo Movement

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The Kingston Whig-Standard

Remarkable women leaders

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The New York Times

After New York City attack, ‘let us not fall into their trap of fear and terror’

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NPR

#MosqueMeToo Gives Muslim Women A Voice About Sexual Misconduct At Mecca

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The Economist

The smashers of Mary’s images are acting more against statues than against her. Mary is considered sacred around the Muslim world.

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PageSix

France is furious over Gisele Bundchen’s burqa disguise

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HuffPost

Muslim women assure they don’t need saving.

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New York Daily News

In a 2015 national online survey of American Muslims conducted by the Women’s Islamic Initiative in Spirituality & Equality I lead, 89% of respondents said that future counter-terrorism efforts must emphasize community engagement.

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MSNBC with Kate Snow

Daisy Khan Responds to Muslim ID Controversy on MSNBC

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CNN with Christiane Amanpour

Daisy Khan Speaks Out Against Paris Attacks

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The Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC and NPR

Sufism and Why ISIS Attacks It

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The Jewish Journal

NewGround Shares Muslim and Jewish Stories

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Deccan Herald

Patterns of Violence Change in the Valley

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Espoir 18

(Interview In English) Interview de Daisy Khan, directrice de l'Initiative islamique des femmes pour la spiritualité et l'égalité

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Scroll

Daisy Khan writes about educating Muslims to resist the false promises made by ISIS

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Newsday

Talking with Daisy Khan: The author of ‘Born with Wings’ discusses Islam, feminism and her LI childhood

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Publishers Weekly

‘A Cup of Tea’ with Daisy Khan, Muslim Feminist

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Voices of America

Women Fighting Extremism

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Latin Times

ISIS Recruitment Tactics: How To Combat Extremist Ideology To Prevent Terrorists Attacks

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News12 Westchester

Westchester woman writes book to break misconceptions about Islam

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University City Review

An Analytical Report Addresses Islamophobia And Extremism In The US

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The Hill

Jews and Muslims are natural allies against religious discrimination

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AM Joy on MSNBC

Daisy Khan discusses NYC's second annual "Today, I Am a Muslim Too" Rally

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Executive Director Daisy Khan

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Have a Blessed Gay

Tyler and Daisy chat about misconceptions surrounding Islam, Female equality in and out of religion, and how patriarchy misguides religious practices. Let’s unite, learn, and grow together!

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The Chautauquan Daily

Daisy Khan, Sr. Joan Chittister Talk Women in Leadership From Interfaith Perspectives

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ABC Australia

Abdul-Rehman Malik and Daisy Khan spoke to Tony Jones about the roots of, and remedies for, violent extremism

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The Guardian

Daisy Khan discusses how the hysterical campaign to stigmatise US Muslims poses a far greater threat than radicalisation to America's civic union

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Morning Joe on MSNBC

More's Editor-in-Chief Lesley Jane Seymour and Daisy Khan discuss the current crisis in Egypt on MSNBC's Morning Joe

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ABC's This Week with Christiane Amanpour

Daisy Khan and Rabbi Joy Levitt speak to Christiane Amanpour about the experiences of American Muslims and the importance of interfaith work

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DemocracyNow!

“I Fear for My Country”: Muslim Leader Daisy Khan on Opposition to Ground Zero Mosque and Others Nationwide

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Paris Attacks on CNN

"Nothing Islamic About ISIS, Just Psychopaths" Daisy Khan Condemns Paris Attacks on CNN with Christiane Amanpour.

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Muslim ID Controversy on MSNBC

"We Are Americans Too" Daisy Khan Responds to Muslim ID Controversy on MSNBC with Kate Snow"

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LATELINE

"It feels like there is a double standard for Muslims, that religious freedom is not for us because anything can be said about Muslims and it's really quite OK" Daisy Khan & Abdul-Rehman Malik on Australia's ABC Lateline with Tony Jones.

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HuffPost Live

"We believe that gender equality is an intrinsic part of the Islamic faith" Daisy Khan Interview with Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani during HuffPost Live "Protest and Politics: What's Next For Afghan Women"

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Daisy Khan on Huffington Post's "All Together"

"We take Islam as an essential element for women and girls" Daisy Khan on Huffington Post's "All Together" podcast with Paul Brandeis Raushenbush

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ban on Muslim entering the U.S. on CNN

"We Are the United States of America, not the Divided States of America" Daisy Khan responds to Donald Trump's proposed ban on Muslim entering the U.S. on CNN's This Hour with Kate Bolduan.

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The impact of religion on ABC

"When you label an entire community by the actions of a few, all you do is lump everyone together" Daisy Khan discusses the impact of religion on our lives with Interfaith leaders on ABC's The View.

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MSNBC's Kate Snow

"Americans are not against us. We are Americans" Daisy Khan reacts to Donld Trump's proposed ban on Muslims entering the U.S. with MSNBC's Kate Snow.

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Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan

Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan June 25, 2016 - New York, NY Daisy Khan spoke with radio host Robin Morgan about Muslim feminism and the record number of Muslims registering to vote in the U.S. Click here to listen to WMC Live #173.

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FFEU

Launch of FFEU's Muslims Are Speaking Out #MASO Campaign June 27, 2016 - New York, NY Foundation for Ethnic Understanding (FFEU) officially launched their "Muslims Are Speaking Out" campaign to amplify the voices of Muslims who are speaking out against terrorism. Click here to see Daisy Khan's #MASO video, and follow the #MASO campaign on Twitter and Facebook.

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CNN: "Muslim in America: 'I could use a hug'"

August 4, 2016 - New York, NY Daisy Khan joined Aasif Mandvi, Dean Obeidallah, Imam Talib Shareef, Saba Ahmed, and Debbie Almontaser to discuss what it feels like to be an American Muslim. Click here to watch.

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Documentary Film: Equal Means Equal

Daisy Khan appears in Equal Means Equal , the latest film from documentarian Kamala Lopez - a groundbreaking exploration of gender inequality in the United States. Watch the film online here. A New York Times Critics' Pick: read the review here .

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Live from America Podcast

Daisy Khan appeared on the Live from America Podcast, hosted by Hatem Gabr and Noam Dworman, to discuss ISIS recruitment with fellow guest Gulmina Mahmud. Listen here or watch here. To find out more about the podcast, click here.

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Daisy Khan Op-Ed: "This Muslim New Yorker's Fight Against Extremism"

October 9, 2016 Daisy Khan penned an op-ed for Auburn Seminary following the Chelsea and New Jersey bombings. Click here to read.

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Huffington Post Article on the Launch of Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council

November 17, 2016 Huffington Post featured an article on the launch of the new Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council, of which Daisy Khan is a member. Click here to read her quote.

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Press Releases

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United Faiths of America

April 8-10, 2020 (NEW YORK CITY)

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