A Foot in Both Places:

Culture and Community at the Crossroads of War

Interviews with Arab, South Asian, and Muslim Community Activists

Neighbors or Enemies?

The two chapters  included in this section — “Living with Hate” and “In a World at War” — reflect the two sides of the coin in the creation of the social “other.”

Living with Hate

War fever brings predictable consequences, including an upsurge in hate speech, hate violence, discrimination, and abuse of government authority.
Read this chapter

In a World at War

With globalization, links between immigrant communities and their countries of origin are stronger than ever – shaping both the echoes of war and the prospects for peace.
Read this chapter