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CSULB Professor Explains How 9/11 Created a Harsh Environment for Muslim Youth to Grow Up In

Published September 8, 2021
Los Angeles Times

The war on terror after the deadly Sept. 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center not only changed safety protocols in airports and public spaces, but it also changed the way American Muslims were treated in this country.

Sabrina Alimahomed, associate professor in the Department of Sociology who researches the impact the war had on American Muslims, shares with the LA Times how 9/11 affected Muslim youth and their upbringing in this country during that time.