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An American Mosque Airs on California Public Television Stations Starting in June

An American Mosque, a documentary about the Yuba City mosque destroyed by arson and the community affected by this hate-crime, will be broadcast on public television stations in observance of Ramadan. An American Mosque is a groundbreaking film about religious freedom and the struggle against intolerance.  Following the destruction of the mosque, the film documents the rural California community’s response to hate through painful but ultimately positive discussions about the perception of Islam in America and the Constitutional right to worship.  In the end, determined members of different faiths come together to support the Muslim community as it peacefully rebuilds its mosque.

An American Mosque broadcast dates and times:
June 20, 8:30pm, KCET, Channel 28
June 22, 6:30pm, KOCE, PBS SoCal, Channel 50
PBS stations nationwide via the World Channel July 1, 6:30pm (PST) through July 6 (check local listings)

For more An American Mosque broadcast dates and times, please visit www.anamericanmosque.com

An American Mosque was supported by Cal Humanities in partnership with the BayTree Fund through the Community Stories grant program.

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