MHP: Is Anti-Muslim Bigotry Acceptable in the US?


On the eve of the 11th anniversary of 9/11, MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry and her guests dug into whether, since the attack, it has become socially acceptable to be anti-Muslim.

During Sunday's show, filmmaker Valarie Kaur, who created the documentary Divided We Fall, chronicling Sikh Americans’ experience after 9/11, shared that many adherents of the Sikh and Muslim faiths have struggled to be seen as Americans amid terrorist stereotypes.

Watch Harris-Perry and her guests discuss this ethnic and social paradigm:


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