Discrimination against American Jews and how it is tied to mistreatment of Muslim Americans frames a meeting Wednesday designed to spur discussion.

The first in a three-part interchange this year between Wayne State University professors Howard Lupovitch and Saaed Khan, "A Shared Future: American Xenophobia, Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia" extends their annual examination of the issues, concerns and histories connecting two major demographics.

And at a time when religious issues and political opinions spark divisions as well as conflict, the free event presented by the Jewish Community Relations Council/AJC and the Michigan Muslim Community Council focuses on understanding.

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