America Indivisible

Equality, Inclusion, and Strength Through Diversity.

Over half of Americans still say they don't personally know a Muslim.
If we're going to confront hate, that needs to change.

‣ America Indivisible brings together people, diverse communities, and elected officials for focused conversations that lead to lasting relationships.

‣ America Indivisible helps governors, mayors, and local officials deepen their engagement with members of Muslim communities and those who appear to be Muslim from Arab, Black, Sikh, and South Asian American communities.

‣ America Indivisible provides tool-kits for individuals and communities to better engage their fellow neighbors, coworkers, and other local groups.

America Indivisible manages a network of local and national faith leaders (imams, priests, heads of organizations), prominent cultural influencers (entertainers, athletes, artists), and industry pioneers (business owners, entrepreneurs, physicians) to help tailor focused conversations depending on the needs and interests of each community.

Civic Inclusion Certificate

America Indivisible’s certificate program, “Civic Inclusion,” challenges you to explore the impact of racialized anti-Muslim bigotry on diverse communities. Study models of effective civic engagement and help cultivate inclusive, resilient communities. Develop and apply your religious, cultural, and legal literacy. Apply your community engagement skills to real-life challenges. Map the diversity of communities impacted by hate and bigotry in your local neighborhood, city, state, and/or county. Equip yourself with a foundational knowledge of models for change and develop action plans to respond to incidents of racialized anti-Muslim bigotry and other forms of hate. Finally, craft long-term, proactive strategies to improve your community’s civic health.

Earn a professional certificate by applying objective research and education about American Muslims to support well-informed dialogue and decision-making.

Our Experts. Your Success.

Arsalan Suleman, JD

President, America Indivisible

Lida Azim, MA

Program Manager, America Indivisible

Usra Ghazi, MTS

Senior Advisor, America Indivisible

Melissa Levinson, MA

Curriculum Developer, America Indivisible

Our Services

Hire experts from America Invisible to serve as keynote speakers and panelists for online and onsite events. Schedule online or onsite workshops for journalists, government officials, law enforcement, religious leaders, and teachers. Hire America Indivisible consultants to design research projects, strategic plans, community programs, and educational experiences. All fees benefit the America Indivisible, a nonprofit organization.


Customized Educational Experience

Donation benefits the Institute for Social Policy
and Understanding
  • 90-minute workshop
  • Breakout rooms
  • Cloud recording
  • Downloadable slides
  • Up to 100 attendees


Keynote from National Expert

Donation benefits the Institute for Social Policy
and Understanding
  • 90-minute program
  • Q&A Period
  • Multimedia
  • Downloadable slides
  • For 100+ attendees


Specialized Training Program

Donation benefits the Institute for Social Policy
and Understanding
  • Customized training for journalists, government officials, law enforcement, religious leaders, teachers
  • One day retreat
  • Downloadable slides
  • For 10–50 attendees


Hire ISPU Experts
Starting at $2,500
Donation benefits the Institute for Social Policy
and Understanding
  • Curriculum Design
  • Policy Analysis
  • Program Planning
  • Strategic Planning
  • Research Project
Public Leaders for Inclusion Fellowship

America Indivisible is honored to welcome the 2021 Public Leaders for Inclusion (PLI) fellowships to the social learning community, This program is designed for early-career scholars with an aptitude for working with diverse communities and a drive to challenge anti-Muslim bigotry and other forms of hate in their communities.

America Indivisible recognizes that there is a growing network of government officials working tirelessly to cultivate civic spaces for their diverse constituents. America Indivisible’s cross-country Civics Roundtables have demonstrated that despite their challenges, communities who are impacted by hate and underrepresented and underserved by their governments are actively strengthening their civic health. Still, hate groups proliferate across the country and anti-Muslim bigotry against those perceived to be Muslim abounds.

The PLI Fellowship and the companion courses at are the answers to this challenge. Our programs are designed to empower the growing movement of new scholars and young professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to challenge hate and build inclusive and civically healthy communities. America Indivisible invites these student leaders to apply their religious and cultural literacy and civic skills to public service.

PLI Fellows are spending ten weeks, from June 7, 2021 to August 13, 2021, working to support the inclusion and anti-bigotry efforts of a city, state, or county agency. After being selected from a national search, Fellows are paired with a public official mentor and over the course of the program will partner with them on initiatives to raise awareness about racialized anti-Muslim bigotry and other forms of hate while designing a new program to build the civic health of impacted communities.

What does it include?

  • A paid 10-week full-time fellowship
  • Ten-week online training program at on interfaith cooperation and religious literacy in public service and governance;
  • A dedicated government mentor (from city, state, or county level government).

While providing early career experience in public service for participating Fellows, America Indivisible will also enhance the capacity of the government officials to engage in deeper and more meaningful ways with their local underrepresented minority ethnic, racial, and religious communities, including members of the Arab, Black, Muslim, Sikh, and South Asian American communities.

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