Travel Bans, surveillance and deportations have shaped the lives of young Muslims in this country, but now they are pushing back. AN ACT OF WORSHIP follows a new generation of female Muslim-American activists at a time when Islamophobia is sharply on the rise in the United States. This is the story of what is has been like to live as a Muslim in America for the last 18 years, as told by an all-Muslim filmmaking team. 

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