Press Mentions

Alumna Speaks of Religious Freedom at Home and Abroad at Forum Hosted by University of Miami College of Arts & Sciences

From the University of Miami News Archives: Before University of Miami College of Arts & Sciences alumna Asma Uddin, ’02, began her speech addressing the complex topic of religious freedom, Dr. David Kling, Professor and Chair of the University of Miami College of Arts & Sciences’ Department of Religious Studies,…

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How to Take the Internet Back from ISIS

altM’s Editor-in-Chief, Asma Uddin, participated in the 1st Haqqathon in Abu Dhabi- and won! Read the media coverage by NPR’s Dina Temple-Raston below:   Last week, in the ballroom of the St. Regis Abu Dhabi, Chris Blauvelt climbed onstage with three other Americans to accept first prize in the world’s…

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Asma Uddin on Toledo Mosque Arson in the Christian Post

“An evangelical social-justice-focused organization has expanded its billboard campaign stressing religious tolerance in response to a recent arson attack on an Ohio mosque.

The Washington, DC-based Sojourners will post several billboards within the next seven to ten days which will read “Love Your Muslim Neighbors.”

The billboards will be located off of I-75 near the I-75/I-475 interchange, which is near the Islamic Center of Greater Toledo, which was recently the target of an arson attack.”

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Documentary Casting: “NickMOM” -Nickelodeon’s New Prime Time Programming for Moms!

Casting religiously and culturally diverse moms for a new documentary for “NickMom”, “Nickelodeon’s” new prime time programming block aimed at moms. “My 63 Moms” will follow first-time parent and comedienne Andrea Rosen on her quest to learn everything she can about parenthood with the ultimate goal of raising the best child possible. Cameras will follow Rosen as she explores different communities and cultures, interacting with mothers of all kinds to learn their secrets of parenting through humorous conversations and eye opening experiences.

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Asma Uddin at National Press Club Series- Religious Liberty in 2012: Still the First Freedom?

Religious liberty has been part of our history and traditions since colonial times. Many of the first colonists came to America seeking religious liberty, and the first freedoms enshrined in our Bill of Rights are religious freedoms. Yet recent headlines show that this very old liberty is often the subject of heated debate today. Against this backdrop, CUA Law and the Becket Fund have assembled a panel of religious liberty experts—of different ages, sexes, and faiths—for a roundtable discussion on the status of religious liberty in 2012.

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Asma Uddin to Speak at J. Reuben Clark Law Society Conference

Join us for the 2012 Annual Conference with presentations by:

Former Secretary Michael Leavitt, United States Department of Health and Human Services,
The Honorable Thomas Griffith, US Court of Appeal for the DC Circuit,
The Honorable Clifford Wallace, U.S. Senior Circuit Judge for the 9th Circuit and former chief judge,
The Honorable Jay Bybee, U.S. Circuit Judge for the 9th Circuit,
The Honorable Randy Smith, U.S. Circuit Judge for the 9th Circuit,
Michael McConnell, Director of the Constitutional Law Center at Stanford Law School,
Elder Lance Wickman, General Counsel for the LDS Church,
Cole Durham, Director of the International Center for Law and Religion Studies,
Jack Welch, BYU law professor and Editor-in-Chief of BYU Studies, and more…

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