Over the past year, Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour's profile has skyrocketed.
After she co-chaired the Women's March in January, she was named one of Time's 100 Most Influential People, profiled in Vogue, and discussed as a potential candidate for national office. She's arguably the most prominent American Muslim woman in public life.
So it's kind of a big deal that the Council for American-Islamic Relations' Arizona chapter was able to get Sarsour as the keynote speaker for their annual banquet, which is taking place on November 4.
Unsurprisingly, the anti-Muslim crowd is outraged.