American Muslim Women Explain Why They Do — Or Don’t — Cover

February 2, 2016, NPR

“I was tired of being a political spokesperson for my faith,” she says. “I felt that I should be able to put that away, and wearing a headscarf in public doesn’t give you that luxury. I was tired of trying to prove that Muslim women in headscarves are also empowered, [by saying] ‘Look at me. I’m working in a white-shoe law firm with a headscarf on.’ Uddin is a now a staff attorney for the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty.

No Cake For You: Saying ‘I Don’t’ To Same-Sex Marriage

NPR, December 12, 2013

“There’s a conflict between the way public accommodations laws have been designed in the past, and religious liberty, and free expression,” Rassbach argues. “Many activities surrounding weddings are expressive, because weddings themselves are symbolic expressions, ceremonies that have meaning.”

Debating Prayer in Public Life

NPR: Interfaith Voices, May 11, 2014

Their case made it all the way to the Supreme Court, which had just ruled that government meetings can begin with Christian prayers, or indeed prayers from any specific religion. Two sides debate the ruling.