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“Our journey explored what it means to be Muslim in America today and served as a powerful counter-narrative to the media's image of a monolithic Islam.”
“But there is a counter-narrative at work in the country right now that could test all that.”
“The rise of Islamophobia, violence and greed during the past decade is part of the "counter-narrative" presented by the 9/11 Performance Project, which runs from Sept. 6 through 14.”
“In the book's second half, Mr. Johnson introduces a stunning counter-narrative, related by a government interrogator tasked with discovering Jun Do's secrets.”
“Importantly, it would give him a convincing counter-narrative to the Republican anti-government one.”
“But he keeps hammering away, demanding action in one New York Times column after another, hoping "to establish a counter-narrative against what everyone else is saying.”
“The government's narrative may have been ridiculous, but in the absence of a counter-narrative, many believed it plausible.”
“Anticipating what any casual observer would conclude, he builds a strained and somewhat desperate counter-narrative.”
“The arrests coincide with continuing efforts by Beijing to quell an increasingly raucous online conversation, which plays out on popular microblogs such as Sina Corp.'s Weibo and presents a counter-narrative to China's state-run media.”
“Zinn is, for most people, the first exposure to a counter-narrative — and, conversely, to the idea that the dominant narrative is a political/cultural construct rather than a list of facts.”
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