Professor Aziz was invited to testify before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission about how to address the rise in workplace religious discrimination claims...
Professor Aziz was interviewed on Russia Today about the lawsuit filed against the New York Police Department challenging the constitutionality of their systematic surveillance of mosques, Muslim student associations, and Muslim-owned businesses...
Professor Aziz was interviewed on Russia Today about the New Jersey Attorney General's finding that the NYPD's systematic surveillance of Muslims did not violate New Jersey laws...
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Professor Sahar Aziz was the keynote speaker at the Michigan chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations in Dearborn, Michigan. Professor Aziz highlighted the
Sahar Aziz joined Professor David Cole and other experts to discuss the disparate impact of anti-terrorism financing laws on American civil society and the need for legal reforms. Ms. Aziz proposed solutions developed by the Charity an
Sahar Aziz served as a judge in the 2011 National Religious Freedom Moot Court Competition at the George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C.
Governor O'Malley invited Maryland residents to the Governor's mansion to discuss the importance of protecting civil rights of all people in Maryland with a particular focus on concerns arising post-9/11.
Sahar Aziz presented at the 2010 Islamic Society of North America's national conference in Chicago, IL. She discussed recent civil rights cases involving national security and civil rights issues.
Sahar Aziz testified before the Montgomery County Maryland Human Rights Commission. Ms. Aziz discussed community concerns with racial and ethnic origin profiling arising out of 287(g) agreements and improper surveillance.
Sahar Aziz spoke on a panel of distinguished community leaders addressing post-9/11 hate and bias incidents and their potential effect on the civil rights of several groups, including Muslims, Arabs, South Asians and Sikhs.
Sahar Aziz presented to academics in law, religion, and ethics on how national security laws and policies have impacted religious rights of Muslims in the United States with a focus on women's rights to wear religious head coverings.
Sahar Aziz spoke to government policy makers and nonprofit leaders about how immigration policy affects social and political integration of Muslims in the United Sates.