Each orange dot on these maps represents an incident or event that reflects Islamophobic attitudes, ranging from instances of harassment and vandalism to national political speech and elections. We have broken up the data into two separate maps to lessen crowding. Click on individual dots to reveal a short description of the event and a source for additional reading. It may be easier to do so if you use the zoom function, which will also enable you to see individual data points in areas with “hot spots,” indicated by deeper and brighter orange dots. You can “grab” the map to move around the country by left clicking your mouse and holding it down. You can view a single year or multiple years by using the click box in the upper left-hand corner of the screen. We also have a map of Islamophobic events and incidents as they accumulate over time, which shows when and where spikes of activity occur, an Interactive Map of Islamophobia (By Type), which allows you to filter events/incidents based on their classification, and an Interactive Map of Islamophobia (By Gender), which allows you to filter events/incidents based on the gender of the victim(s).