“Poll: Whites, Minorities Differ On Religious Satire” – article quotes ICNY’s Dr. Henry Goldschmidt

From article by by Nik Bonopartis published in Opposing Views on March 7, 2016
“Non-white Americans might be more sensitive than whites to negative media images of Islam (and religious diversity in general) because they understand how it feels to believe, rightly or wrongly, that one’s community is under attack by the media and mainstream society,” Henry Goldschmidt, director of education programs at the Interfaith Center of New York, told McClatchy.