Events

  • Sep
    26
    Screening and Panel Discussion of The Feeling of Being Watched
    Join us for a screening and panel discussion of The Feeling of Being Watched with the Human Rights Watch Film Club on Thursday, September 26th at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica, CA with an opening reception starting at 6pm.
  • Nov
    23
    2019 Convention and Banquet
    Our Convention will gather American Muslims and fellow Americans to discuss the pressing challenges facing our country and our communities, with the goal of reaching viable solutions based on common ground, collaboration, and shared values.

Previous Events

  • Sep
    05
    Black Muslim Narratives in Entertainment: WGF Panel with MuslimARC
    This panel will challenge the damaging tropes we’ve seen on screen and highlight more authentic, intersectional depictions of Black Muslim identities that are being created by incredibly talented Black Muslim screenwriters. Industry professionals and screenwriters of all backgrounds are welcome.
  • Aug
    05
    Countering White Supremacy with Adam Schiff
    Join us at All Saints Pasadena on August 5th at 6PM for a special forum with Congressman Adam Schiff on the threat of white supremacist violence and how best to protect houses of worship and engage in the process of dismantling white supremacy.
  • Aug
    01
    Ethnonationalism in Israel and America
    A panel discussion on the impact of ethnonationalism on U.S. policy toward Israel and Palestine, and a comparison between the current surge of ethnonationalism in Israel and America.
  • Jul
    21
    Battling our Biases with Father Greg Boyle
    Father Boyle will discuss how we as a society can move away from the language of violence toward a language of resilience. We will discuss how to transition into a more resilient mindset through which we can practice patience, compassion, and empathy to build better relations with the communities around us.
  • Jul
    15
    New America Panel: When Islam is Not a Religion
    This panel, moderated by our Senior Policy Fellow on Religious Freedom, Ilhan Cagri, will discuss how faith in America is being secularized and politicized, and the repercussions this has on debates about religious freedom and diversity. At a time when the legitimacy of a particular faith is being questioned, this will be a conversation that will advocate for all faiths. Closing remarks will be given by the director of our DC office, Hoda Hawa.



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