Announcements

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Featuring Ervin Massinga
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Pakistani Affairs, Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs

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Foreign Affairs Luncheon Discussion Featuring H.E. Asad Majeed Khan Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to the United States

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Featuring Ross Harrison, Senior Resident Fellow, Middle East Institute
Building on his recently released book, Escaping the Conflict Trap: Toward Ending Civil Wars in the Middle East (co-edited with Paul Salem), Ross Harrison unpacks the complexities of civil wars in the Middle East and what they mean for the region and for us.

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UC Berkeley's CRG project IRDP published their first 100 page report documenting the history and operation of Islamophobia in India. Feedback is welcome as they build the response, to fill gaps in research. Download desktop version here https://irdproject.com/islamophobia-in-india-stoking-bigotry/

Editor: Dr. Hatem Bazian
Authors: Paula Thompson and Rhonda Itaoui

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Islamophobia and Social Sciences: Contemporary Issues-Paris 6th Annual Islamophobia Conference Call for Papers
Abstract submission & deadlines:
Abstracts are due on September 15th, 2019:
1) A 300-word abstract
2) A 100 words bio in a paragraph format to be used for the program if accepted.
3) A high resolution photo for the use in website and social media promos
4) Send abstract to the following link:

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Free but must register:

City of Aslyums's annual forum on freedom of expression features two distinguished artists: Iranian singer and human rights advocate Mahsa Vahdat and Iranian-American poet and playwright Sholeh Wolpé.

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City of Asylum annually honors an international writer or artist who has overcome efforts to limit their creative freedom. This year they will honor Iranian singer and songwriter Mahsah Vahdat, a renowned world music performer and vocal advocate for freedom of expression for musicans and composers. Mahsa left her native Iran because of the restrictions placed on female performers by the Iranian government.

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A body of resources for Interfaith Leaders, Community Educators + Allies created by Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU). Handouts, video's etc

This toolkit offers those of all faiths and no faith working to educate their communities about Americans who are Muslim resources to strengthen their work. On this page, you’ll find educational handouts and videos, relevant research, and useful reports and articles to empower you take what you learn and share that knowledge with those who need it most.

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Educators and librarians are invited for dinner and book discussion on October 18, 2019 at Seton Hill University
5 PM Dinner
6 PM Book Discussion

The Bible and the Qur'an: Biblical Figures in the Islamic Tradition by John Kaltner and Younus Mirza

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"Muslims in America are in the public spotlight. As a result, the demand for information and analysis on Muslims and Islam in the United States has risen. ISPU, conduct objectives, solution-seeking research that empowers American Muslims to develop their community and fully contribute to democracy and pluralism in the United States. It is our hope that these materials will allow a host of interested parties to do the same.

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