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Blog: The Role of Religion in Bridging Work
"When I took my shahada," said Curtis Toler, "my past sins were erased and I could start a new life." Curtis had spent many years as a high-ranking gang leader in Chicago, and he had hurt many people. But he had reached what author Amanda Ripley...
Redefining Who Belongs
Recent acute instances of failed political leadership—particularly around the pandemic and an ongoing lack of action to protect Black lives—have shone a bright light on questions essential to our future as a country: Who are we? Who are we becoming? Who must we become if we are to create a different world where everyone belongs?
Islamophobia Through the Eyes of Muslims
The Othering & Belonging Institute developed and administered this national survey between October 14 and November 2, 2020, among the US Muslim population (citizens and noncitizen residents who live and/or work in the US) to understand the prevalence...

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The faculty, staff, researchers, and affiliates of the Othering & Belonging Institute work together with multidisciplinary approaches to learn, research, and construct solutions for society's most pressing issues. Our programs and initiatives are all designed to effect transformative change.

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#OBIRoots Conversation on Racial Segregation in the Bay Area and the 2020 Census
Join us Monday, Oct. 25 at 7pm PT / 10pm ET to hear from OBI researchers Stephen Menendian and Samir Gambhir as well as housing advocate Darrell Owens for a Twitter Spaces conversation where they will discuss the current state of residential segregation in the Bay Area, what new census data reveals, and the solutions to racial residential inequality. 
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