Community Statements

Video: ING Convergence of Abrahamic Holidays 2022

The year 2022 saw a unique convergence of holy days and seasons among the Abrahamic faiths occurring at around the same time: Ramadan for Muslims, Lent and Easter for Christians, and Passover for Jews. On April 12, 2022, ING convened an interfaith roundtable… Read More

Upcoming ING Ramadan and Abrahamic Holiday Convergence Events

‘Tis the season for interfaith holiday celebrations! Mark your calendars for these upcoming ING live and virtual Ramadan, Passover and Easter events. We hope to see you at one of our many events this April! Celebrating Passover and Ramadan Together: Liberation and Revelation Sunday, April 10, 20226:00-8:30pm PDT Join Muslims… Read More

What’s New at ING?

Greetings of Peace/Salam Alaikum,As we enter the second quarter of 2022 and the convergence of holy days and seasons among the Abrahamic peoples, we are grateful that we are finally moving beyond the pandemic and that life is slowly returning to normal.At ING, the number of requests for presentations and… Read More

Welcome Ramadan and the Convergence of Abrahamic Holidays

This year sees a convergence of holy days and seasons among the Abrahamic faiths occurring at roughly the same time: Ramadan for Muslims, Lent and Easter for Christians, and Passover for Jews. We wish you all a blessed season of holy days!  Online Resources for Ramadan ING Ramadan… Read More

Countering Bigotry at its Roots Prevents Genocide Later

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s declaration today at the Holocaust Museum that the ongoing attacks against the Rohingya Muslims by the government and military of Myanmar (formerly Burma) constitute genocide is a welcome step for this country and the world. Hearing his recounting of some of the evidence… Read More

ING Stands in Solidarity With Asian American Communities

Memorial for Atlanta Spa Shooting 1-year Anniversary | Photo via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution On March 16, 2021, eight people, including six Asian women massage workers, were killed at three spas in the Metro Atlanta area. ING remembers and honors these victims and stands in solidarity with the diverse Asian American… Read More

ING Statement on the Invasion of Ukraine

A Call for the Right of Self-Determination, Early and Consistent Diplomacy to End All Conflict, and Peace as Our Mutual Goal to Prevent Wars. As a peace-making organization working at the grassroots level, ING is deeply concerned with the threat to peace anywhere in the world. Today, the world’s… Read More

ING Welcomes President Biden’s SCOTUS Nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson

Today, President Biden announced his nomination for Supreme Court Justice, Ketanji Brown Jackson, poised to be the first female African American judge on the Supreme Court. We at ING took notice that Judge Jackson, a lawyer and a judge, is the proud daughter of public-school teachers and has siblings and other family members who are… Read More

Responding to Bullying of Muslim Students

Februrary 18, 2022 To help teachers tackle typical bullying scenarios that Muslim students encounter, we provided suggestions that were published by the educational media hub weareteachers.com.  The article provides strategies for educators to respond to the following typical scenarios:Bullying Situation #1: A fifth grader calls a Muslim classmate a “terrorist.”Bullying… Read More

Muslims Stand with their Jewish Neighbors

By Henry Millstein, PhD, Content Consultant As the Jewish community and people of conscience around the world commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day, it is timely to reflect on the persistence of anti-Semitism and what some people are doing to counter it. The news media have rightly brought the recent hostage situation… Read More
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