In My Own Skin: The Complexity of Living as an Arab in America. 2001. "Sheds the light on the complexities of the Arab American experience through the candid, in-depth interviews with five young Arab women living in New York in the months following the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center." Rutgers-restricted Access
With Us or Against Us: Afghans in America. 2002. Follows several Afghan-Americans as they struggle to cope with the anti-Afghan sentiments In America. Rutgers-restricted Access
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