Announcements

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The highly acclaimed Chicago-based blogger and community organizer, Hoda Katebi, is coming to Pittsburgh to speak on internalized white supremacy, self-expression in the current political climate, and being Muslim in America.

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Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit unmasks the powerful organizations and individuals behind a surging demonization of Muslims in America.

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Qatar Foundation is hosting a fully-funded trip to Qatar and Oman from Dec. 23-January 3. ! The application is due June 22, 2018 (or when they get a good cohort of teachers, whichever comes first.) They will take 15 teachers, who are full-time K-12 teachers, teach at a public or public charter school in the U.S., and can demonstrate that you will use what you learn in the classroom.

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The public is invited to ICP's annual outreach event Humanity during the sacred month of Ramadan, when ICP invites it’s friends and neighbors of all faiths to celebrate and honor members of the Pittsburgh who embody the change we want to see through their compassion and inspirational vision benefiting our city of Pittsburgh. The program will begin at 7:00 PM with dinner to follow at 9:00 PM

The guest speaker for the event is Professor Younus Mirza, Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies at Allegheny College.

2018 Honoree are:

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You are invited to join Muslims in breaking their fast under the stars on the University of Pittsburgh lawn. Dinner served for all at no cost starting at 8 PM. Sponsored by Peace Islands Institute, Turkish Cultural Center and the University of Pittsburgh Muslim Student Association. Dinners will served on May 18 - 20, 2018

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Pittsburgh's Potluck for Palestine in the Steel City, comes together to share food, art, history and stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters occupied and oppressed here and around the world. From Pittsburgh to Gaza, Baltimore to the West Bank, the group seeks to build community and amplify the suppressed voices of those suffering from police brutality, discriminatory legislation, and institutionalized execution.

Rain or shine at 4 PM on the corner of Forbes and Bigelow under the tent at Schenley Plaza.

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Join CAIR-Cleveland's 16th Annual Civil Rights Banquet and Benefit "Living Our Faith, Defending Freedom." Featured speakers include Imam Suhaib Webb, Snap Chat Imam & Founder of SWISS; Roulla Allouch, Esq., CAIR National Board Chair; Edward Mitchell, Esq., CAIR-Georgia Executive Director; Hassan Shibly, Esq., CAIR-Florida Chief Executive Director; Preacher Moss, All-Star Comedian & Educator.

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Join us for a public lecture featuring Dr. Anissa Daoudi, Lecturer in Arabic and Translation Studies in the Department of Modern Languages at University of Birmingham.

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"Out of Cordoba" is an award-winning documentary film by Jacob Bender, CAIR-Philadelphia's Executive Director. The film explores the dramatic life and times of Averroes and Maimonides, the two leading personalities to emerge from the multifaith culture of medieval Muslim Spain. Filmed in the USA, Spain, Morocco, France, Italy, Egypt, Israel, and Palestine, and 10 years in the making, "Out of Cordoba" is a powerful plea for interfaith understanding in our own often violent times.

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The Maydan is launching this new database on opportunities in Islamic and Middle Eastern studies as a common resource for both students and professionals. Included are faculty openings, post-doctoral positions, grants, and scholarships, among others. For additional opportunities, summer language programs can be found on our Database of Summer Language Programs.

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