Islam in America: Establishing an Islamic Educational Foundation
Saturday, September 8th through Sunday, September 9th, at the University of Pennsylvania School of Law [Sansom Street between 34th and 36th Streets – Google Maps]. Registration at 9:00am. Programs start at 11:00am.
Guest speaker list: Dr. Amir al-Islam, Sheikh Anwar Muhaimin, Dr. Jamilah Carter, Dr. Khalid Blankinship and Dr. Aneesah Nadir. Other guest speakers include Dr.Sherman Abdul-Hakim Jackson, Dr. Ihsan Bagby, Suad Islam and many more.
Total cost for the weekend: $40. The event is sponsored by the International Muslim Brotherhood. For more event/vending information please call 215.473.8589 or email IMB at email@example.com.
Yep. It’s that time again folks. Mark off your calendars and get ready for Dr. Sherman Abdul-Hakim Jackson with Dr. Omar Abd-Allah, Dr. Khalid Blankinship, Dr. Jamilah Carter and Professor Amir Al-Islam. The Importance of Culture in Creating a Paradigm Shift, Saturday, August 26th 2006, at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Law. Lecture starts at 12:00pm. Tickets are $30. Seating limited. You know the drill. Contact the International Muslim Brotherhood or call (215) 473-8589 for more details. Hope to see you there!! Last year’s was fantastic.
Yours truly will be there taking snaps for IMB. See you there.
The idea of tensions between different ethnic groups in Islam is nothing new. We have seen or heard recenlty about the confrontations in California between Blacks and Arab store owners. To Blackamerican Muslims this is not a new topic but it may be newsworth to the general public. On NPR’s News & Notes with Ed Gordon, Gordon discusses this problem by looking to Detroit to see how problems between Arab and Blackamerican both flared up as well as how the two communities have tried to reach out to one another. The broadcast will be available after 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.