This presidential election season, Islam has become polarizing issue. And many Muslims say they’re tired of their religion being treated like a platform talking point—like guns, or taxes. In New York, and around the country, Muslims are mobilizing politically—using their votes in increasing numbers to speak for themselves. Erin Golackson has more.
Americans without any organized religion are called ‘nones’ – but not the Catholic kind. They’re called ‘nones’ because they mark ‘none’ when asked which religion they belong to. A Pew Center study shows that Asian Americans are becoming ‘nones’ – faster than any other racial or ethnic group.
From Jerusalem to New York to New Delhi, Adélie Pontay reflects on her professional and spiritual journey over the last couple of years. She remembers her last afternoon in Jerusalem.