Muslim Comic Connects With Audiences Post-9/11

Muslim Comic Connects With Audiences Post-9/11

muslim-comic.jpgAzhar Usman quit his job as a Chicago attorney to become a stand-up comedian in early 2001 — months before the Sept. 11th attacks. In the years since, his American audiences have gained a better understanding of Muslims like him and what they deal with in airports.

He says the main difference post-9/11 is that now they care about these topics.

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