Mislabeled: The Impact of School Bullying and Discrimination on California Muslim Students

Provide context to the socio-political climate in which American Muslims attend school. Specifically, it discusses how Islamophobia-- the fear or hatred of Islam and Muslims--in larger society filters into the school environment and manifests as teacher discrimination and student bullying.

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