State of Islam in Black America

State of Islam in Black America
Contributed By: events coordinator
Organizing Institution: Islamic Social Services Association, USA
Contact email: [email protected]
Start Date: February 4, 2023 (2:00pm)
End Date: February 4, 2023 (6:00pm MST)
Cost: Free
Tempe History Museum – Tempe – Arizona – United States

State of Islam in Black America: Examining the Past, Assessing the Present, Looking Towards the Future

is a national conversation brought to the Arizona community

Saturday, February 4, 2023

2pm to 6pm AZ

Attend this lecture from accalaimed author and speaker Qasim Amin Nathari. Gain insight into the unique experience Black Americans have had embracing, Islam, the second largest religion world-wide, in the United States, their home, a world power with a history of slavery, racism, and a nationally recognized civll rights movement, the impact Black American Muslims have on Black American culture, American Culture, Islam, and Pop culture world-wide. Who are the Black American Muslims? How do we perserve their legacy? Who controls the narrative? Join the conversation!

Refreshments provided

This is a program of ISSA-USA’s Children of Adam Project where we focus on intra-community dialogue. When we know each other we have empathy for each other.

Brought to you by: The Islamic Social Services Association-USA (ISSA-USA), Tempe History Museum, and Islamic Relief

For more information contact Dr. Aneesah Nadir at 480.233.6547 (text or whatsapp) or [email protected].

Tempe History Museum
809 East Southern Avenue
Tempe , Arizona 85282 United States
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