Your Vote, Your Voice: What is Ranked Choice Voting?
This year, New York City primary elections will utilize a new method of voting called Ranked Choice Voting (RCV). But what is Ranked Choice Voting and how does it work?
Muslim Women in Leadership: Challenges & Rewards of Grassroots Activism
In honor of Women’s History Month, we hosted special guest speakers Afaf Nasher, Executive Director of CAIR-New York and Sr. Aisha al-Adawiya, President of Women in Islam, INC. Despite technical
Examining Fraught Relationships: The American Identity for Black vs. Brown Muslims
Part II of our Black History Month series delves into the complexities of how different Muslim communities experience ‘Americanness’ and relate to American society through their different histories and lived
Examining Fraught Relationships (Part I): How the Muslim Community Can Challenge Systemic Racism
In honor of Black History Month, we examine important conversations on intracommunity racism, systemic racism and how we can better challenge these unjust systems. This conversation is part 1 in
Immigrant Rights Workshop with CAIR-New York
In this webinar, we address important questions about immigrant rights, ICE, and city services. We cover topics ranging from types of warrants, to Know Your Rights with ICE, and city
What Muslims Need to Know about the COVID-19 Vaccine
In this webinar, we address important questions and concerns from the community regarding the new COVID vaccines. We cover topics ranging from the science behind the vaccine, religious implications, and
The Black Liberation Movement and Muslim Solidarity: In honor of George Floyd
Imam Zaid Shakir, co-founder of Zaytuna College, delves deep into the history of Islam in America, black resistance, and structural racism.
Kashmir: The Struggle for Liberation
Dr. Hafsa Kanjwal, a professor at Lafayette College, breaks down the history of Kashmir and its struggle for freedom and liberation from India.