Our Muslim Neighbor Voices

The Our Muslim Neighbor (OMN) Voices are a group of scholars, activists, and community leaders from various religious and cultural backgrounds, each who possess a unique understanding and awareness of Islamophobia as it exists within the United States today.

Here you’ll find a collection of their stories, articles, and video interviews.

Meet the Team


“To counter negative stereotypes and prejudice, public education efforts like Our Muslim Neighbor are essential to promote mutual understanding and solidarity among religious communities.  All of us have a stake in ensuring the success of these efforts, for we all suffer when communities are estranged.”

Dr. Yehezkel Landau of Hartford Seminary, CT


More from the OMN Voices…


Our Muslim Neighbor Conference in Nashville, TN 2015

On September 26th 2015, the Our Muslim Neighbor conference was held in Nashville Tennessee. We welcomed over 130 attendees of many races and religions who gathered for a day of workshops, lectures and community networking to build a stronger movement in the fight against islamophobia. Our keynoters were: Dr. Ingrid Mattson, Rev. Richard Cizik, and Maj. Gen Douglas Stone Check out the video to the...

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The Our Muslim Neighbor Initiative is generously funded by the William and Mary Greve Foundation, The El-Hibri Foundation and Dr. Haruhisa Handa, and the International Shinto Foundation. We are deeply grateful for their leadership and support of our efforts.

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