American women and hijabs: Assaults or intimidation of Muslims had been steadily rising well before the election but they became more common during the divisive campaign of President-elect Donald Trump, who called for a ban on Muslim immigrants and proposed a registry for U.S. Muslims. Now some imams across the country are saying it’s OK to take the hijab off, at least temporarily.
Philadelphia: In the wake of the elections, there's been an "outpouring of inquiries and support" from U.S. congregations that want to sign on as sanctuary sites.
Muslim-Americans: Trump, who proposed banning Muslims from entering the United States, monitoring mosques and torturing terrorism suspects is now the president-elect.
One woman said the sound of a rushing ocean encouraged her to “keep going on.”
Another lowered the shell from her ear and said she’d heard: “We’re not there yet.”