Building Prophetic Community: Keynote Speech and Panel Discussion

Building Prophetic Community: Keynote Speech and Panel Discussion
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Organizing Institution: Tayseer Seminary
Contact email: [email protected]
Start Date: February 10, 2023 (7:00pm EST)
End Date: February 10, 2023
Cost: Free
Muslim Community of Knoxville (MCK)—Masjid Annoor – Knoxville – Tennessee – United States

Join us for a keynote talk by Atlanta power couple Imam Mansoor Sabree and Sr. Fatima Khokhar, followed by a panel discussion moderated by Ustadha Zaynab Ansari. The topic will be on building Prophetic community and how that can be done through service and love.


Imam Mansoor Sabree is an activist, and nonprofit leader. He currently directs the Inner-City Muslim Action Network -in Atlanta (IMAN-Atlanta ), a grassroots organization focused on health, wellness and healing in the inter-cities of the USA. IMAN Atlanta’s programs offer a holistic approach to transitional housing, spiritual development, life skills education, construction training, and job placement support for young men and returning citizens. IMAN is part of a larger national campaign that works on grassroots issues affecting communities of color in urban neighborhoods across the country such as housing, education, immigration, criminal justice reform.

Imam Mansoor is a long time Atlanta resident. in the past he served as the director and resident Imam of Atlanta’s oldest and largest African American Muslim community in the United States, The Atlanta Masjid of Al-Islam. (2015) Recently he was recognized amongst the “ Who’s Who 40 under 40 Muslim Leaders in Georgia” and inducted into the board of Religious Leaders at the historic Morehouse College (1867). Mansoor is a distinguished fellow of the American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute (AMCLI) from the University of Southern California .

Muslim Community of Knoxville (MCK)—Masjid Annoor
100 13th Street
Knoxville , Tennessee 37916 United States
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