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See you at ISNA this Labor Day weekend!
Ameena Jandali and Soumaya Khalifa
As it has for over a decade, ING will be presenting at the ISNA Convention this upcoming Labor Day weekend. ING Content Director Ameena Jandali will join ING Atlanta Affiliate Director Soumaya Khalifa and Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) Leadership Institute Manager Jenan Mohajir in a panel moderated by Maggie Siddiqi on Saturday, August 31.
Saturday, August 31, 3:15 – 4:30 PM
SESSION 7E, Room 140AB
Practical Guide to Engaging Others on Islam
“Whether we speak to large audiences or just to our colleagues and friends about Islam, we all need to know the best methods to do so. This session will share principles for discussing Islam effectively with others in one-on-one as well as large group settings.”
Grassroots ING Events Across the East Coast This Fall
ING will be hosting a series of grassroots events on the East coast this fall to update communities on its important work. The theme that will be highlighted at all events is Grassroots, Local Strategies for Countering Islamophobia & Bullying of Muslim Children.
According to polls, up to 80% of Muslim children are bullied in schools, are least likely among religious groups to see themselves as thriving, and feel less respected and more stressed and worried than other children. ING founder Maha Elgenaidi will be joined by ING trustees to discuss this challenge and the larger issue of what this means for the future of Islam in America.
To learn more about hosting an ING event or to attend one of the above events, please contact Development Manager, Rehmat Kharal at [email protected].
ICC’s Annual Eid Celebration
Saturday September 7th, 6:00 pm at the India Community Center, 525 Los Coches St, Milpitas
Tickets are $50 each.
SBIA Harris Way Site Fundraiser
Saturday September 7th, 6:00 pm at the Double Tree Hotel, 2050 Gateway Place, San Jose
Tickets are $40 each. See: www.sbia.info for tickets or more information.
Inspired by Malala: Muslim Women Discuss Activism, Community, and Islamophobia
Thursday, September 12, 5:15-7:30 pm at the World Affairs Council, 312 Sutter Street, San Francisco
This event celebrates IMOW’s global exhibition, Muslima: Muslim Women’s Arts & Voices and includes. Muslima curator Samina Ali in conversation with Ameena Jandali, ING Content Director; Zahra Billoo, CAIR SF Bay Area Executive Director; Ayesha Mattu, writer and co-editor of the anthology, Love, Inshallah; and Nuri Nusrat of the National Council on Crime & Delinquency’s Restorative Justice Project.
A limited number of tickets are available for students; please write to [email protected]. For more information visit the event page.