In U.S. cities where Muslim populations are growing fast, families are pushing to make their holidays part the calendar in schools. Some cities have adopted the idea – but in the nation’s largest school system – New York City – the debate continues. Lily Jamali reports from New York.
In the mountains of Lancaster, New Hampshire, as crowds roam the grounds of Roger's Campground, a bearded figure in overalls and cowboy hat leans over an assemblage of cookware, preparing a meal that will be served, at no charge, to the masses gathered for a week long celebration of liberty.
Cricket is wildly popular among South Asians, a passion that survives the journey of immigrants to the United States. Now cricket is gaining fans among some New York City police officers as a way to connect to New York’s growing South Asian communities. Correspondent Lily Jamali reports.
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