Usra Ghazi

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Usra Ghazi



Usra Ghazi is Director of Policy and Programs at America Indivisible and Senior Fellow at the Religious Freedom Center according to her LinkedIn Profile[1] She previously worked for the U.S. Department of State.

Background

Verbatim from the Religious Freedom Center website:[2]

"Usra has worked on religious literacy training and religion in foreign policy for over three years at the U.S. Department of State, and now serves as the director of policy and programs at America Indivisible, a social change startup. In her new capacity as director, she will be working with local, municipal, state and federal agencies to strengthen connections between them and religious minorities in the U.S. As a senior fellow at the Religious Freedom Center, she hopes to incubate and strengthen research and new initiatives related to America Indivisible with like-minded colleagues.

Press Conference after New Zealand Massacre

CAIR blames President Trump for New Zealand mosque massacre, calls for more hate crime and "hate incident" laws.

A press conference posted on Facebook[3] shows "CAIR, Interfaith Allies" blaming President Trump for the massacre in Christchurch New Zealand on March 15, 2019.

Speakers:

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