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In a New Video Series for Slate, Aymann Ismail Fights Islamophobia With Information and Conversation

The name of photojournalist Aymann Ismail's new video series for Slate is not a mere nod to Edward Albee's classic play. Ismail is Muslim-American, and the answer to the series title, "Who's Afraid of Aymann Ismail?" is, a lot of Americans. "Usually when I talk about Islam, people ask me if I force my wife...
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