Since 2006, Clarion Project has been a leading organization dedicated to educating the public about the threat of radical Islam and other extremist ideologies. A variety of extremist groups now provide a constant threat to the West, such as white supremacy, neo-Nazism, left-wing extremism and others. Clarion Project’s mission has expanded to expose extremists of all shapes and forms.
Our work combating the dangers of extremism helps ensure that America and the Western world remain safe for our families and children. Our intel, research and educational media serve as critical tools for the public, law enforcement and policymakers to confront extremism of all kinds.
The Clarion Project’s Advisory Board provides direction on how to best educate policymakers and the public about Islamic extremism and provide a platform for Muslim human rights activists.
Raheel Raza is president of The Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow, author of the book Their Jihad–Not My Jihad, award-winning journalist, public speaker and human rights activist. Raheel was featured in the award-winning Clarion Project documentary Honor Diaries. She is also the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal for service to Canada.
M. Zuhdi Jasser, MD is the founder and president of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy (AIFD). Dr. Jasser founded AIFD in the wake of the 9/11 attacks on the United States as an effort to provide an American Muslim voice advocating for the preservation of the founding principles of the US Constitution, liberty and freedom, through the separation of mosque and state.
A winner of multiple media awards and commendations, Michelle Baron honed her storytelling and messaging skills at The Walt Disney Company, leading creative teams and engaging with project partners around the globe. Recognized by former President Obama with a Points of Light award for her exceptional efforts in corporate philanthropy and community outreach, Michelle delights in building mutually beneficial relationships in which all stakeholders learn to value their interdependence and celebrate their core connections.
Clarion Project experts are available to address your organization or event as keynote speakers on a variety of topics related to challenging extremism to build a safer world.
If your organization cares about reducing the threats of ideological extremism, including radical Islam, antisemitism and white supremacy, then we would like to work with you.
Clarion Project is governed by a Board of Directors with the following titles*:
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If your organization cares about eradicating ideological extremism, including radical Islam, antisemitism and white supremacy, then we would like to speak to you.
We have many partnership options, including speaking events, film screenings, content-sharing, joint activism campaigns and intel projects.
Please contact us for further information.