The Bridge Initiative is a multi-year research project on Islamophobia housed in Georgetown University. The Bridge Initiative aims to disseminate original and accessible research, offers engaging analysis and commentary on contemporary issues, and hosts a wide repository of educational resources to inform the general public about Islamophobia.
Arno Rosenfeld is enterprise reporter at the Forward based in Washington, D.C. An award-winning investigative journalist, he has chronicled the Jewish American response to rising fears over antisemitism, covered Jewish college students confronting hostile political climates on campus, reported on local communities grappling with a surge of white supremacist propaganda and exposed the deep rifts […]
Arsalan Iftikhar is an international human rights lawyer and author of the book Fear of a Muslim Planet: Global Islamophobia in the New World Order. Iftikhar has also been a faculty member at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, where he researched and wrote about Islamophobia as a senior research fellow for The Bridge […]
Jordan Denari Duffner is a Catholic scholar of Muslim-Christian relations who has written two books on Islamophobia and interfaith relations.
Todd Green is the director of campus partnerships at Interfaith America. Green previously was executive director of America Indivisible and served on the religious studies faculty at Luther College in Iowa. A nationally recognized expert on Islamophobia, Green served in 2016-17 as a Franklin Fellow at the U.S. State Department, where he analyzed and assessed […]
Tim Alberta is a staff writer for The Atlantic magazine and formerly served as chief political correspondent for Politico. In 2019, he published American Carnage: On the Front Lines of the Republican Civil War and the Rise of President Trump and co-moderated the year’s final Democratic presidential debate aired by PBS NewsHour. His new book, The […]
Laura Moy is director of Georgetown Law’s Communications & Technology Law Clinic, where she and a team of staff attorneys and law students represent nonprofit organizations in a range of technology policy matters before federal agencies.
Alvaro Bedoya is a commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission. Bedoya was the founding director of the Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown University Law Center, where he was also a visiting professor of law. Contact through the FTC’s Office of Public Affairs.
Natasha Duarte is a project director at Upturn. Based in Washington, D.C., Upturn advances equity and justice in the design, governance and use of technology.