former muslim army chaplain now a delegate

Here's a profile in the Seattle Times on James Yee, the former Army chaplain who was wrongly accused by the U.S. government of being a spy, and placed in solitary confinement for 76 days: Denver latest stop on Yee's unlikely journey.

This week, he was in Denver serving as a delegate at the Democratic National Convention. Good reader Maimounah recently conducted an interview with James Yee, talking about his role as a national delegate, and trying to be an example for other Asian Americans and Muslim Americans to get involved in the political process.. Read the interview here.

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