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We are at a crossroads in the way we cover Muslims. We just inaugurated a president whose administration has deeply troubling ideas about Islam. At the same time, hate crimes and Islamophobia are increasing at a terrifying rate. Former University of Miami football coach Randy Shannon is suing the school for breach of contract, claiming that UM has “improperly denied and continues to deny” compensation owed as part of his contract which ran through 2014, according to court documents. Shannon, who was fired by UM on Nov. 27, 2010, filed his civil suit against UM in the Eleventh Judicial Court of Miami Dade County on April 27, and asked for a jury trial on all claims.