This site produced by Independent Lens takes a look at two segments of the U.S. population who have been subjected to criticism and hyperexamination after the tragedies of December 7, 1941 and September 11, 2001. Stories and faces of people of Arab and Muslim descent and Japanese heritage are grouped according to a thematic category: identity, fear, anger, loss, being American, and so on. Plus, glossary and learning activities round out the site and help you understand what it means to be an American with the face of the enemy.
A 2006 survey on how Westerners and Muslims see each other around the world. Conducted by the Pew Global Attitudes Project, the results signal that citizens of Europe and North America viewed relations as being generally bad.