Throughout a trip up the coast of California and Oregon last week, I found intimate stories of Muslim immigrants in the least expected place: small towns.
As I drove, I often stopped in towns with a 70-80 percent Caucasian demographic, with some of them only holding a population of a few hundred people. I expected to find farmers, artisans, kombucha makers and retirees. I didn’t expect to wish Eid Mubarak
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