Community Statements

Anti-Blackness in Islamophobia | Upcoming Interfaith Events

Despite the progress made in civil rights, or the education level, profession or status of individuals, brown and black people are still being racially profiled. Why is that, and how is it related to Islamophobia and Anti-Semitism? Find out by joining us. You’re invited to our New Intercultural Speakers Bureau Speaker Training: Speaker Training: October...

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ING Stands With Jewish Communties on Yom Kippur

(10/9/19) Today, far-right violence again struck at our heart. On this day, Yom Kippur, a day of supreme holiness in the Jewish calendar, gunmen attacked a synagogue in the city of Halle in eastern Germany, kiling two and leaving others injured. Their motives are no mystery; one of the attackers was videotaped spewing anti-Semitic and...

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Muslim Teens Trained to Teach About Islam

Muslim Teens Trained to Be Speakers, Preventing and Countering Bullying, Earning Community Service Hours Click here to see a 1-minute video of pictures from INGYouth workshops. Throughout September, ING engaged with hundreds of Muslim students across the country by hosting workshops in public high schools, private Islamic schools, weekend Islamic schools, and mosques to address their school environments...

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Do Your Part to Counter Islamophobia and Racism

This Friday, Maha Elgenaidi Will Speak at the National Summit on Religion and Education ING Executive Director Maha Elgenaidi will be speaking at the first-of-its-kind National Summit on Religion and Education. Joined by various stakeholders, she will also be participating in an day-long discussion on the state of education about religion in America’s primary and...

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Join us in Upcoming Events | We’re Hiring!

A Story of Renewal and Hope In commemoration of the horrific attacks on 9/11, we wanted to share a story of renewal and hope about a Muslim immigrant who along with her colleagues chose unity and peace over fear and despair. An engineer by profession, Manal Ezzat designed a space where people of different religious...

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SchoolKit for Parents, Educators and Administrators

Introducing Our Easy to Navigate Resources for Educators, Administrators and Parents Click for valuable resources that foster safe and inclusive classrooms Our live seminars are available in person where our affiliates are located, or via webinar Thank you to our volunteer certified speakers, affiliates, community foundations, interfaith partners, and especially our monthly and annual donors...

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Back-to-School Resources for Teachers and Administrators

Welcome Back to School!   Dear educators and administrators,   As we begin the new school year, we are excited to offer you a variety of valuable resources for creating a diverse and welcoming community and fostering safe and inclusive classrooms for all students. Some of our new and exciting offerings this semester include our newest...

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Upcoming Muslim Teen Trainings, Interfaith Panels and Other Events

Get Ready for the New School Year, Join Us for Upcoming Muslim Teen Speakers Training to Counter Islamophobia ING will be co-hosting a series of workshops with the Evergreen Islamic Center (EIC) in San Jose to certify Muslim teens to speak about their faith and supplement education about Islam and Muslims in their schools and...

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Eid al-Adha Mubarak to you and your family!

Wishing you and your family Eid Mubarak and a very happy holiday! May the spirit of this holiday which commemorates the dedication and sacrifice of our forefather Abraham and his family inspire us towards good deeds, unity and hope. May you and your family continue to benefit from the lessons of these sacred first 10...

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