African American and Middle Eastern coalition through Islam
As African American and Middle Eastern peoples established and developed their communities in America, there was much tension between them. However, there has been a movement of coalition between the two groups, as they have both been perceived of as villains, but even more so, sharing in a common religion – Islam. This issue brief explores the tensions and successes of developing a coalition between the two groups, with Islam being a major unifying factor.
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