Ahmed Mohamed, also known as "Clock Kid," has just won another title: "American Muslim of the year."
The Council for American-Islamic Relations, the largest Muslim civil rights organization in the country, recognized Mohamed at a ceremony in Arlington, Va.
"I just want to stop discrimination for everyone, not just for religious, but for all races as well," Mohamed said at the event.
His award was in the shape of a clock.
The Muslim ninth grader from Texas made national headlines last month following an incident where authorities mistook a homemade clock he brought to class for a bomb. Some have said the misunderstanding was a result of racial profiling.