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    November 20, 2017 09:00 pm
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    Dearborn Inn20301 Oakwood BoulevardDearborn, MI 48124 On November 16 – 18, 2017, ACCESS and its three national institutions – the Arab American National Museum (AANM), the Center for Arab American Philanthropy (CAAP) and the National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC) – will convene jointly in a summit to Mobilize, Organize, Vocalize and Empower (MOVE) the national Arab American community. This unique gathering will provide an opportunity for stakeholders and allies to connect and form relationships, dialogue with and learn from one another about the most pressing issues facing the community and develop a shared agenda for social change. Workshops and Tracks Almost 40 workshops will be offered at MOVE 2017 in the following tracks: •Philanthropy: Donors and anyone who wants to learn more about charitable giving will increase their knowledge of philanthropy tools, trends and best practices, how to tackle problem areas through strategic giving, and how all generations are making a difference through inspirational examples of giving back. •Activism: Activists and others interested in building a movement to impact issues facing the Arab American community learn from experienced individuals and from each other how to work effectively together to raise their voices and create change. •Organizational development: Nonprofit leaders learn how to improve the management of their organizations and strengthen their programs to advance their mission. •DIWAN7 (now part of MOVE 2017): Arab American artists, scholars, and performers representing myriad academic fields and artistic genres explore the boundaries of art in addressing social issues related to Arab Americans and the community at large. •Youth Empowerment: High school- and college-aged youth in the Arab American community will come together for sharing, learning, and relationship building. Primarily youth led, this track will focus on many facets of youth leadership development including advocacy and youth programming. Featured Keynote: Alvin Herring Alvin Herring is the director of racial equity and community engagement at the W. K. Kellogg Foundation in Battle Creek, Michigan. In this position, Herring provides strategic oversight for the Racial Equity and Community Engagement team and grant portfolios related to racial equity, racial healing and community engagement that advance the foundation’s mission to support children, families and communities as they strengthen and create conditions that propel vulnerable children to achieve success in school, work and life. Herring holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and pan-African studies from the University of Louisville and a master’s degree in counseling from the University of St. Francis. He has also pursued post-master’s work in counseling at Purdue University and pursued religious studies at the Ecumenical Institute, St. Mary’s Seminary. A full bio can be found here. Opening Plenary: Leading Through Challenging Times Ilhan OmarIlhan Omar is an experienced Twin Cities policy analyst, organizer, public speaker and advocate. She was recently elected as the Minnesota House Representative for District 60B, making her the highest-elected Somali-American public official in the United States. Ilhan is the Assistant Minority Leader, with assignments to three house committees; Civil Law & Data Practices Policy, Higher Education & Career Readiness Policy and Finance, and State Government Finance. In addition to serving in the legislature, Ilhan is a mother of three and the Director of Policy Initiatives at Women Organizing Women, where she empowers East African women to take civic leadership roles in their community. Born in Somalia, Ilhan and her family fled the country’s civil war when she was eight. The family spent four years in a refugee camp in Kenya before coming to the United States in 1990s. Jeff ChangJeff Chang is the Executive Director of the Institute for Diversity in the Arts at Stanford University. His books include Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation, Total Chaos: The Art and Aesthetics of Hip-Hop, Who We Be: The Colorization of America (published in paperback in January 2016 under the new title, Who We Be: A Cultural History of Race in Post Civil Rights America). His latest, We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes On Race and Resegregation, was published in September 2016. His next book will be a biography of Bruce Lee. Jeff co-founded CultureStr/ke and ColorLines. He was named by The Utne Reader as one of “50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World” and by KQED as an Asian Pacific American Local Hero. He has been a USA Ford Fellow in Literature and the winner of the Asian American Literary Award. Maha FreijMaha Freij is the Deputy Executive Director & Chief Financial Officer at ACCESS, and is a leading visionary in the Arab American community with regard to philanthropy and building strong institutions to strengthen the voice of the community in American civil society. Under her leadership, the Center for Arab American Philanthropy (CAAP) has established itself as the only national Arab American community foundation in the U.S., connecting philanthropists across the country and helping them to make a greater impact. Maha has also been a key leader in growing ACCESS from its roots as a regional human services organization, to what it is today — a community builder nationwide. Maha is a graduate of the Hebrew University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and economics. She is credited as the first Arab/Palestinian woman to earn a CPA license in Israel in 1989 – the same year she immigrated to the United States. Sara El-AmineSara is one of the world’s leading experts on grassroots advocacy and organizing. She currently serves as the Director of Advocacy at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s new organization that’s working to build long-term solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems, leveraging tech, social impact, engineering, and philanthropy in innovative ways. Previous to joining CZI, she served as Executive Director of OFA, President Obama’s 20-million-person-strong grassroots advocacy arm, and the founding Executive Director of the Change.org Global Foundation. She has helped establish organizing models that successfully passed and implemented the Affordable Care Act, background checks for gun-buyers at the state level, marriage equality, climate change regulations, minimum wage standards, equal pay for equal work, and a woman’s right to choose. Her commitment to community-centered policy solutions and explicitly anti-colonial organizing tactics is a result of her mixed upbringing here and abroad: born in Barcelona, Spain, Sara is half-Lebanese, half-Irish, and proudly Muslim-American. Lunch Plenary: Comedy as a Tool for Social Activism Amer ZahrAmer Zahr is an Arab-American comedian, speaker, writer, and adjunct professor at University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. He has headlined packed houses at New York City’s world-famous Carnegie Hall and the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. He is the founder of producer of the “1001 Laughs Ramallah Comedy Festival,” a production in Palestine, as well as the annual “1001 Laughs Dearborn Comedy Festival” in Dearborn, Michigan, in partnership with the Arab American National Museum. He is also the filmmaker of “We’re Not White,” a comedic and informative approach to the Arab-American struggle to get a box on the United States Census Form. Amer is the author of the well-read blog “The Civil Arab,” as well as his first book, “Being Palestinian Makes Me Smile.” Amer holds an MA in Middle East Studies and a JD, both from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He writes and speaks widely on political and social affairs, and has appeared on CNN, Fox, MSNBC, and Al-Jazeera. Suzie AfridiSuzie was born and raised in Jericho, in the West Bank. Her dad was a welder and her mom was a reluctant farmer. When she was fourteen her family immigrated to San Jose, California. She attended San Jose State University then pretended to be a tax professional until her husband decided on a whim to move to Dubai. She lived in Dubai for three years doing random jobs, none of which made her Pakistani in-laws proud. In 2007, she delivered a boy in a government hospital in Dubai, she misses their food to this day. In 2008, the little family of three moved to NYC. In 2013, she started doing stand up because no one read her blog. When she is not doing stand up, she pretends to exercise and is very busy not writing. Her long term goal is be able to entertain from bed. She is available for any kind of event, seriously, anything. @SuzieSaysSo Buy Tickets @https://www.move2017.org/registration/
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  • ISNA Power of Faith Conference - Cincinnati, OH
    Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati
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    November 17 – November 18Nov 17 at 9 AM to Nov 18 at 9 PM EST Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati8092 Plantation Dr, West Chester Township, Butler County, Ohio 45069 POWER OF FAITH: TRANSFORMING SELF AND SOCIETY  Register at http://www.isna.net/cincinnati/  Conference Date: November 17 & 18, 2017  Venue: Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati 8092 Plantation Dr, West Chester Township, OH 45069  EVENT HIGHLIGHTS Main sessions Saturday Night Banquet Childcare  SPEAKERS Wajahat Ali is a journalist, writer, lawyer, an award-winning playwright, a TV host, and a consultant for the U.S. State Department. As Creative Director of Affinis Labs, he works to create social entrepreneurship initiatives that have a positive impact for marginalized communities, and to empower social entrepreneurs, young leaders, creatives, and communities to come up with innovative solutions to tackle world problems. Beginning in early 2017, Affinis Labs will launch a global startup incubator network, aimed at identifying and fostering “emerging entrepreneurial talent from around the world that understands what makes the global Islamic economy special.” Azhar Azeez, ISNA President, holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from the prestigious Osmania University and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA). He currently serves as the Senior National Director of Islamic Relief USA. He is a member of ISNA Executive Council since 2002, served as the Vice President of ISNA twice from 2010-2014. He was elected as the President of ISNA in 2014 and was re elected to his second term in 2016.  Dalia Fahmy is assistant professor of political science at LIU Brooklyn. She received her B.A. from New York University in politics and Middle Eastern studies, with a minor in peace and global policy studies. Dr. Fahmy then completed an M.A. from New York University in international relations. While pursuing her Ph.D. in political science at Rutgers University, she earned a second M.A. in comparative politics. Dr. Fahmy’s current research examines the intellectual and political development of modern Islamist movements.  Yasmin Mogahed is known for her gift of captivating an entire audience with her thoughts and insightful reflections. She is a Psychology graduate, and attained her Masters in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. As a skilled creative writer, her literature speaks from the heart and after completing her graduate work; she taught Islamic Studies and served as a youth coordinator. Currently she’s a writer for the Huffington Post, an international speaker, and author who focuses most of her work on spiritual and personal development.  Habeeb Quadri is the Principal of the MCC Full Time School in Morton Grove, IL. He has a Bachelor in Teaching of History and a Masters in School Administration. He currently is taking a few courses a year at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education – Principal Center, where he has accumulated more than 300 clock hours of instruction and works as part-time staff in their professional development programs. In addition to his teaching and administrative experience in public and private schools, Habeeb has delivered hundreds of lectures throughout the United States, Canada and abroad on Islam, society, and social problems confronting Muslim youth and the community at large for the last 15 years. Additionally, Habeeb maintains an active interest in education consulting. He has started his own educational consulting company called High Quality Educational Consulting. Mr. Quadri has conducted workshops for the U.S Department of State, weekend and full-time Islamic schools, public schools and universities around the world. His company had partnered up with IQRA Foundation to write and initiate the first Islamic Standardize Islamic Studies Test partnering up with Riverside Publishing the makers of the famous national IOWA TEST. Habeeb was also a member of the DePaul University, College of Education Dean Advisory Board for the last three years and is currently on the National Advisory Board for MYNA (Muslim Youth of North America) and for CISNA (Council of Islamic School of North America). CONTACT Registration Coordinator (317) 838 8129 or convention@isna.net Matrimonial Banquet Tabasum Ahmad (317) 838 8133 or matrimonial@isna.net
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    Nov. 17, 2017 - April 8, 2018Lower Level Gallery | Free with Museum admission Arab American National Museum13624 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, MI 48126Phone (313) 582-AANM (2266) A Project of ACCESS For Atlanta-based artist Nabil Mousa, the color orange is a visual metaphor for the fear experienced by those marginalized because of their gender identity or sexual identity. This mixed-media exhibition takes up the fraught politics of LGBTQ+ rights in the United States. Born in Syria and raised in a conservative Christian household in the U.S., Mousa incorporates the cultural tensions of both countries into his practice, pitting socio-religious oppression against self-realization. His work is always framed by hope for greater equality, no matter how naive or impossible that might seem in the face of ever-challenging political and religious differences. http://arabamericanmuseum.org/american-landscape
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    Oct. 14, 2017 - March 11, 2018 Arab American National Museum 13624 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, MI 48126 - Phone (313) 582-AANM (2266) Lower Level Gallery | Free with Museum admission This temporary exhibition explores artifacts and images from the early 20th century to present day that reflect and encourage separation, hate and violence. These items, even those sometimes excused as “harmless fun,” foster prejudice and discrimination. Created by the Jim Crow Museum for Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University and expanded in conjunction with AANM, this exhibition exposes the prevalence of stereotyping in our society and helps visitors resist these messages. Sensitive Content Warning: This exhibit contains images and language that may not be appropriate for all visitors – including racial and ethnic slurs and photographs of murder victims.
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    El SeedNovember 10-18 , 2017West Philadelphia In partnership with Mural Arts Philadelphia, we are thrilled to host Tunisian-French artist eL Seed for an upcoming mural in West Philadelphia as part of our ongoing (DIS)PLACED project. This series of narratives, visual arts, poetry and music is an initiative exploring the theme of displacement across Philadelphia’s diverse communities and from the perspective of an artist-in-residence of Arab heritage. Join us for these FREE events open to the community during eL Seed's visit: Saturday, November 11th | 6:00pm | Slought Gallery Slought Gallery4017 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19143 eL Seed Meet & Greet with West Philadelphia neighbors. RSVP HERE!https://www.eventbrite.com/e/displaced-philadelphi... Sunday, November 12th | 3:00pm | Perry World House University of Pennsylvania's Perry World House3803 Locust Walk Philadelphia, PA 19104 eL Seed in conversation with street art blogger Conrad Benner. RSVP HERE!https://www.eventbrite.com/e/displaced-philadelphi... Saturday, November 18th | 11:00am - 1:00pm | Mural Site (Preston & Market Street)Mural Dedication and Celebration. Learn More Visithttp://www.albustanseeds.org/displaced
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    10:30 a.m., fourth Saturday of the month Russell J. Ebeid Library & Resource Center @ AANM Upcoming dates: Oct. 28, Nov. 25 FREE with RSVP HERE https://19997a.blackbaudhosting.com/19997a/tickets... Children ages 2-6 and their parents are invited to attend storytime in the library at AANM. A storyteller will read picture books in both English and Arabic, teaching a few Arabic words and phrases. Following the story, there will be time for free play, crafts or games in the library. Oct. 28 - Students from Books for a Benefit will read a story in Arabic and English, followed by a Halloween craft. Arab American National Museum 13624 Michigan Avenue Dearborn, MI 48126
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    International grassroots organization,Love Without Borders – For Refugees In Need, will host two Refugee Art Shows and accompanying receptions. The charity’s exhibits will feature pieces of artwork created by children and adult refugees who are currently living in refugee camps and housing communities in northern and central Greece.San Francisco (November 17, 2017): from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM PST at the International Museum of America1025 Market Street, San Francisco. Fairfax, Marin County, CA (November 19, 2017): from 1:00PM to 5:00PM PST at Creative Portraiture Studio48 Bolinas Road, Fairfax. Thousands of Syrian refugees have fled their war-torn country, with many of them landing in Greece as they await entry into Europe and reunification with family members who have already made the journey. Love Without Borders - For Refugees In Need is committed to supporting these refugees. The art exhibit will display the refugees’ artwork which highlights their hopes, dreams and individualexperiences. All works of art onsite at the Refugee Art Show will be available for purchase, with 100 percent of each sale going directly to the artist.“We look forward to discussing the situation on the ground and admiring the artistic talents of the refugee children,” Love Without Borders Founder Kayra Martinez said in a statement. The organization focuses on providing art classes for the refugees. “The children have had a lot of trauma in their lives,” Martinez said. “It’s a great way for them to express their emotions…It gives the children something fun and different to do.” Tickets to the event are $15 and can be purchased as follows: San Francisco: https://refugeeartshowsf.eventbrite.com Marin:https://refugeeartshowmarin.eventbrite.com This event is open to the press. Media interested in attending should contact Vicki Trapalis at RefugeeArtEventBayArea@gmail.com.
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  • Kjalil Bendib : Political Cartoonist and Artist Exhibition in Portland, OR
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    KHALIL BENDIBPolitical Cartoonist and Artist Political Cartoons, Islamaphobia, Immigration & Racial Justice in America:The Pen is Funnier than the Sword Sunday, October 29, 3:00pmSanctuary, First Congregational United Church of Christ1126 Southwest Park Avenue, Portland, OR, 97205 Co-sponsored by World Affairs Council of Oregon, Muslim Educational Trust, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon and Oliver Lecture Series Bendib’s work is drawn with a sense of humor that invites viewers to see themselves and their society, to laugh, and then to consider what justice might mean to, and for, the underdog. An Algerian by birth, Bendib lived in France, Algeria, and Morocco prior to immigrating to the United States at age 20; he earned his Master’s Degree at the University of Southern California in 1982 where his political cartoons were published in the Daily Trojan and where he also studied sculpture and ceramics. The cartoons of the award winning Berkeley-based artist have been published in major newspapers including the New York Times, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. They are also featured weekly in dozens of small and mid-sized newspapers nationwide, the artist having decided to distance himself from corporate mainstream media. His cartoons are in both public and private collections internationally and he has sculpted a number of public monuments. His books include Mission Accomplished: Wicked Cartoons by America’s Most Wanted Political Cartoonist (2007) and Too Big to Fail (2014), as well as two graphic novels, Zaire’s Paradise (2011) and Verax (2017). Bendib also co-hosts a weekly one-hour radio program called Voices of the Middle East and North Africa on Pacifica Radio station KPFA, Berkeley. The exhibition runs from October 1 until November 26, 2017. http://www.uccportland.org/khalil-bendib ---- Join us October 28th to hear from internationally-known political cartoonist Khalil Bendib. The artist will discuss his work and accompany his remarks with a visual presentation of his recent cartoons; there will be a question and answer period after his remarks. A reception will follow in the ArtReach Gallery. The cartoons of the award winning Berkeley-based artist have been published in major newspapers including the New York Times, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. They are also featured weekly in dozens of small and mid-sized newspapers nationwide, the artist having decided to distance himself from corporate mainstream media.
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    Seven short plays. One unforgettable evening of theatre. November 17–December 10, 2017 at Potrero Stage (formerly Thick House, 1695 18th Street, San Francisco) Thursdays–Saturdays at 8pm; Sundays at 3pm Previews: November 17-19; Opening: Monday, November 20; No performance: Thursday, November 23 Buy Tickets http://www.goldenthread.org/2017-season/reorient20... Previews $15 | General Admission $36 | Student/Senior $26 (No additional fees) Think you know the Middle East? Think again. ReOrient 2017 will turn San Francisco into a mecca for innovative, spirited, and thought-provoking theatre from or about the Middle East. Nowhere else will you find plays and artists from Armenia, Iraq, Iran, Japan, Lebanon, Palestine, Tunisia, Turkey, United Kingdom, and the U.S. all on one stage. ReOrient 2017 Line-Up THE WAR ON TERROR by E.H. Benedict, directed by Sara Razavi Air travel is no picnic, especially if your non-English speaking Arab mother is fed up and tired. A IS FOR ALI by Sevan K. Greene, directed by Sara Razavi An Arab-American couple must choose a name for their unborn child. How tough can it be?   MANAR by Melis Aker, directed by Erin Gilley, dramaturged by Anna Woodruff An American mother is convinced she recognizes her missing son in an ISIS video.   MAKE NO MISTAKE by Betty Shamieh, directed by Susannah Martin, dramaturged by Nakissa Etemad What do Osama Bin Ladin’s young wife and an American president’s mistress have in common?   THE REHEARSAL by Hannah Khalil, directed by Evren Odcikin Three actors must find a way to rehearse a political play under the watchful eye of the censors.   SHELTER, poetry by Junichi P. Semitsu, stage soundscape adapted by Torange Yeghiazarian and James Ard An audio love poem from Hiroshima to Beirut to one mixed-race couple’s intertwined destinies.   THANKSGIVING AT KHODABAKHSHIAN’S by Torange Yeghiazarian, directed by Susannah Martin, dramaturged by Nakissa Etemad A leftie Iranian-American and a Trump supporter find themselves together at a Thanksgiving dinner. Thanks to San Francisco Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, Walter & Elise Haas Fund, The Fleischhacker Foundation, University of San Francisco, The Center for Middle Eastern Studies, UC Berkeley, and Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas for their generous support of ReOrient 2017. ReOrient Artists Actors: Atosa Babaoff*, Naseem Etemad*, Mohamed Chakmakchi, Stephen Kaniski, Lawrence Radecker*, Jessica Risco, Bella Warda   Playwrights: Melis Aker, E.H. Benedict, Sevan K. Greene, Hannah Khalil, Junichi P. Semitsu, Betty Shamieh, and Torange Yeghiazarian   Directors: Erin Gilley, Susannah Martin, Evren Odcikin, Sara Razavi, and Torange Yeghiazarian Dramaturgs: Nakissa Etemad, Anna Woodruff, Emily DeDakis, Maddie Gaw, and Vidhu Singh   Design team: James Ard (sound), Kenan Arun (make-up), Cassie Barnes (lights), Kate Boyd (scenic), Beckett Finn (technical director), Erin Gilley (projections), Brooke Jennings (costumes), Grisel Torres (props) Stage Management: Karen Runk* (stage manager), Jenna Apollonia and Benjamin Shiu (assistant stage managers) *Member, Actors’ Equity Plan Your Visit Potrero Stage was formerly known as Thick House, and is located in Potrero Hill, at 1695 18th Street, San Francisco, CA 94107. Street parking is available nearby. Potrero Stage is also accessible by public transportation. The theatre is just a short bus ride from the 16th Street BART Station and accessible on the following Muni Bus Lines: 10, 19 & 22. More Info @ http://www.goldenthread.org/2017-season/reorient20...
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    Saturday November 18 , 20174PM Bridgeview Library7840 W. 79th St.Bridgeview , IL More Info Email Halima@aaan.org or call 778-436-6060, X.111
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    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
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    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
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    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
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    Weekly, until September 28, 2017
    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
    1 Attending
    1 month
    End: December 28, 2017
    07:00 pm
    • Muhammad Ahmad
    • On Going
    End Time
    January 04, 2018 07:00 pm
    Repeat
    Weekly, until September 28, 2017
    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
    1 Attending
    1 month
    End: January 04, 2018
    07:00 pm
    • Muhammad Ahmad
    • On Going
    End Time
    January 11, 2018 07:00 pm
    Repeat
    Weekly, until September 28, 2017
    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
    1 Attending
    1 month
    End: January 11, 2018
    07:00 pm
    • Muhammad Ahmad
    • On Going
    End Time
    January 18, 2018 07:00 pm
    Repeat
    Weekly, until September 28, 2017
    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
    1 Attending
    2 months
    End: January 18, 2018
    07:00 pm
    • Muhammad Ahmad
    • On Going
    End Time
    January 25, 2018 07:00 pm
    Repeat
    Weekly, until September 28, 2017
    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
    1 Attending
    2 months
    End: January 25, 2018
    07:00 pm
    • Muhammad Ahmad
    • On Going
    End Time
    February 01, 2018 07:00 pm
    Repeat
    Weekly, until September 28, 2017
    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
    1 Attending
    2 months
    End: February 01, 2018
    07:00 pm
    • Muhammad Ahmad
    • On Going
    End Time
    February 08, 2018 07:00 pm
    Repeat
    Weekly, until September 28, 2017
    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
    1 Attending
    2 months
    End: February 08, 2018
    07:00 pm
    • Muhammad Ahmad
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