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Voices of Islam in California: The Path of Water

Voices of Islam in California: The Path of Water

A photo essay that explores the meaning that every day objects have through a Muslim lens and for the photographer, explores the origin of each object in the Quran.
Voices of Islam in California: Rethinking Shari'a

Voices of Islam in California: Rethinking Shari'a

Today, California is arguably the epicenter of a revolution in Islamic political and legal thinking. What we might call a ''California spring'' flows not from Islamic scholars and ...
Sexual Equality: Los Angeles, the Military Industrial Complex, and the Gay Liberation Movement

Sexual Equality: Los Angeles, the Military Industrial Complex, and the Gay Liberation Movement

For all its moral ambiguities, the military industrial complex has also provided a space for resistance and the assertion of rights and community for gay men and women across the U ...
The 98 Million-Gallon

The 98 Million-Gallon "Trickle": Stormwater Conservation Projects May Help L.A. Become Self-Reliant

The trickle that runs through the LA River nearly year-round is a joke to many Angelenos and outsiders who would say its not really river. But when it rains, the river's torrent pr ...
San Bernardino: Prospects for Community Building in Times of Crisis

San Bernardino: Prospects for Community Building in Times of Crisis

Cross-cultural community building in San Bernardino County is of the utmost importance to overcoming the pain of the recent mass shooting and provides a key towards revitalizing th ...
Get Inspired with these River Restoration Projects from Around the World

Get Inspired with these River Restoration Projects from Around the World

With dozens of neighborhoods and more than 3.9 million inhabitants, one could say that Los Angeles would not be here if it weren't for the L.A. River. The river, like many rivers a ...
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