• We work to improve policies and perceptions impacting American Muslims.

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  • we are
    IN A MORAL CRISIS

     

    There's no doubt. America is in a moral crisis; one that goes well beyond racism and Islamophobia. It’s a moral crisis of preying on our differences to fan the flames of fear and division.

    we need
    A MORAL POWER BASE

     

    Our social justice icons understood that it is not political power that creates change but moral power that unites the religious and agnostic, conservative and progressive around shared values.

    we are

    30 YEARS STRONG

     

    2018 marks our 30-year anniversary. Will you support us as we continue to build a moral power base with allies of all creeds? Please donate towards our $100,000 year-end goal.

  • $62,497 raised of $100,000

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  • In Their Own Words

    Why donors like you support MPAC

    Ghada

    "I appreciate your diligence in administrating your mission of furthering Muslim American perspective and values in such a toxic and negative environment. It is important work! It is exhausting work! Thank you for being a respectful, positive, factual presence in the dialogue our country is engaging around immigrants, and freedom of religion."

    Ahmed

    A truly exceptional and fantastic community led by a true leader and visionary in Salam Al-Marayati. MPAC is a place where people stick together, freely disagree, and share ideas - no matter how unpopular they might be. And as an organization, it is always at the forefront of freedom of speech, democracy, and moderation. Truly a pleasure to promote it and I can only wish one day to contribute more.

    Hasan

    "Thank you for your efforts in protecting the civil liberties of American Muslims and educating the American public about Islam. We face a daunting challenge, but organizations like MPAC give me hope."

    Jennifer

    "My mother's family was almost entirely destroyed by the Holocaust. I grew up with Japanese-American friends and neighbors who had been interned during World War II. We cannot go back."