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        Part of Religion and Ethics Newsweekly
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        Muslim Diversity

        Roughly half of the Muslims in the United States are African American and the other half are immigrants and their American-born children. The Muslim American Society represents African American Muslims and the Islamic Society of North America represents Muslims who are mostly from Africa and Asia. This video from Religion & Ethics Newsweekly examines the differences between the two groups and whether the two communities can bridge the cultural gap that divides them.

        Learn more about the Religion & Ethics segment "News: Muslim Diversity."

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