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Irshad Manji Says 'Don't Label Me'

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Irshad Manji's latest book is "Don't Label Me: An Incredible Conversation for Divided Times." (Photo: René Clement)

Professor Irshad Manji thinks the American left needs to examine its own intolerance. A vocal and controversial advocate of reform within Islam, Manji warns in her book “Don’t Label Me” that progressives’ emphasis on categories like race, gender and sexuality undermine their own credibility. Manji joins us in the studio to speak about her new book and how to avoid the pitfalls of tribalism when pursuing diversity.


Irshad Manji, author, "Don't Label Me: An Incredible Conversation for Divided Times"; founder, Moral Courage Project at USC<br />


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