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The US Department of State is offering full funding for schools wanting to start or grow a Chinese or Arabic language program by sending you a Chinese, Egyptian, or Moroccan teacher through the Teachers of Critical Languages Program (TCLP) - https://www.americancouncils.org/programs/teachers-critical-languages-pr.... The deadline to apply is Jan. 27, 2020, but it will take a long time to get the approvals and for your school to write the application.

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Announced by University of Pittsburgh

Program on Law and Society in the Muslim World, Harvard Law School

Visiting Fellowships 2020–2021
Applications due January 15, 2020

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Announced by University of Pittsburgh

MUSLIM READ ~ November 9, 2019 ~ 2 pm – 3:30 pm
AN-NUR Islamic Center, 1017 Center Ave, Wilkinsburg, PA 15221

FEATURING readings by Sarahjameela Martin:
- ISLAM IN BELTZHOOVER
- LIFE AND WORK OF SATI MAJED
- Q&A IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING

Excerpts from forthcoming book: Pittsburgh’s African American Muslims, 1900-1979

DONATIONS ACCEPTED // Free Event

SPONSOR: Muslim Women’s Assoc. of Pittsburgh (MWAP)
An-Nur Islamic Center(host)

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Announced by University of Pittsburgh

Film showing & discussion: Laila’s Birthday

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Announced by University of Pittsburgh

Stand on the side of justice and join our global movement to Stand with Kashmir! We invite you to stand up for the human rights of the people of Kashmir. To show our solidarity with Kashmiris, we will be holding an event to educate and inspire the Pittsburgh community to learn more and take action.

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Film History and National Identity
Written by Julie Weiss

For students: We hope this guide sharpens your reading skills and deepens your understanding.
For teachers: We encourage reproduction and adaptation of these ideas, freely and without further permission from AramcoWorld, by teachers at any
level.
Common Core Standards met in this lesson: RI.9-10.1, RI.9-10.7, W.9-10.2 (see details below).

—The Editors

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Looking Out From Gujarat: The Local and the Cosmopolitan in South Asia's Eighteenth Century
A Keynote Address by Samira Sheikh, Vanderbilt University

Coveners:
James Pickett, Department of History, University of Pittsburgh
Nick Abbott, Department of History, Old Dominion University

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Please join us for a panel discussion from regional experts discussing contemporary Morocco and the impact of policy and immigration in Africa, Europe, and beyond.

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Shared by University of Pittsburgh

New ACMCU Event Video
"Islam and the New Atheism"
with Dr. Mohammad Hassan Khalil

In case you missed our event last month, "Islam and the New Atheism," with Dr. Mohammad Hassan Khalil, please find a full streaming version of his presentation and Q&A below.

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Muslim Student Association at Pitt Presents
An Evening with Amal Kassir: Storytelling Activist and Spoken Word Poet

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