For almost two decades Muslim Americans have been telling the world what they condemn and what they are not. It’s time to show the world who they are and what they contribute. In this research driven lecture hosted by the Hub Foundation, Dalia Mogahed, the Director of Research of the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, shares the little known story of the contributions of everyday Muslims to their country’s innovation, prosperity, values, and wellbeing. Following Mogahed’s headline talk, Dr. Craig Considine of Rice University sheds light on his own lived experiences in relation to Muslim Americans. Following their individual talks, Mogahed and Considine engage in a critical back-and-forth discussion, followed by a Q&A session with the audience.