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Resource ID: #1297
Subject: 590
Source: 2703Imraan Siddiqi, Nuran Alteir, Dianna Náñez
Affiliation: CAIR-AZ, AAJA, The Arizona Republic
Date: 2017

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Muslims have lived in the United States since the country’s inception, so why are many stories about this community so shallow? Where is the investigative reporting or the in-depth narratives that go beyond stereotypes? With 3.3 million people, Muslims make up the third largest religious group in the country. Reporters who build trust in this community will find stories beyond the obvious religion and immigration beats. Come hear Muslim leaders talk about stories the media is missing. Learn tips from reporters on covering this growing demographic and how you can write stories that delve deeper with tact, tenacity and sensitivity.

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