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Topic - Talib Abur-Rashid
A newly-formed umbrella group of American Muslim organizations is planning to conduct a census as a means to help promote the rights and goals of its members.
"The political landscape of the nation is one in which issues tied to these very same pieces of legislation ... are hot-button topics of discussion and sources of political controversy and struggle," Mr. Abur-Rashid said. "As Muslims we are just as concerned about these issues as any other American."
Over the last century, the passing of civil rights, voting rights and immigration laws were major steps for the country, he said.