By Stella Tomasello, age 10 The House of Representatives passed the National Origin-Based Antidiscrimination for Nonimmigrants (NO BAN) Act in April by a vote of 218 to 208. The aim was to limit the power the president could exercise over immigration on the basis of religion. The travel ban of 2017 had people of different …
Meet the new Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a Muslim teen from Jersey City with shapeshifting superpowers who fights against gender stereotypes.
Right after the 9/11 attacks, the United States government launched two wars, creating hundreds of thousands more victims, and took away rights and freedoms of people living in the United States, too. Here, IndyKids takes a look at what has happened after, and in the name of, September 11, 2001.
Many Muslim women and girls wear a headscarf, called a “hijab.” “Hijab” is an Arabic word that means “cover.” IndyKids asked these girls in the Bronx, New York City, why they wear a hijab and what it is like to wear one.
Siham Hussin, 14, describes what it is like to wear a headscarf.
This spring, plans for an Islamic community center in New York City near the site of the September 11, 2001 attacks made news headlines.