According to a survey released in June 2013 by the Pew Research Center, 51 percent of Americans support same-sex marriage, and nearly three out of four people think legal recognition of it is inevitable.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is an international movement that identifies as Muslim but differs from Orthodox Islam in its teachings. Its U.S. headquarters is in Maryland and it maintains more than 70 chapters across the U.S.
The Detroit Free Press provides this resource on Islam and Arab-Americans in the U.S.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) organization provides a guide for reporters and journalists on Islam.
The Nieman Report on Covering Islam provides a collection of report guides and articles covering the history, traditions, principles and practices of Islam. Contact Ann Marie Lipinski.
The Journalist’s Guide to Islam and Muslims is a research report guide on Islam created by Communique Partners in 2005.
Resource packet published by Kaleidoscope, a project of the Brethren Mennonite Council for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Interests, that has an excellent glossary of terms (queer, genderqueer, intersex, omnisexual, etc.) and a list of biblical quotes dealing with sexuality.
Oyez page for the 2009 Supreme Court Case Pleasant Grove City v. Summum.
ASSOCIATIONS/ORGANIZATIONS/INSTITUTIONS American Academy of Religion The American Center for Law and Justice Americans United for Separation of Church and State CAIR: Council on American Islamic Relations, American Muslim News Briefs e-mail list The Center for Millennial Studies at Boston University Hartford Seminary The Jewish Telegraphic Agency The Knight New Media Center Poynter Institute Profnet Religion […]