Constructing The Terrorist Threat (2017)

In this illustrated 2017 talk, Rutgers University media scholar Deepa Kumar, one of America's foremost experts on Islamophobia, looks at how Arabs and Muslims have become the predominant face of terror in U.S. news and entertainment media -- even though terror attacks by white extremists have far outnumbered attacks by Muslim Americans since 9/11.

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