Connecting Communities, Creating New Spaces for Engagement

Shaping the Narrative


Muslim Community Network is dedicated to using civic education and leadership development to shape the public narrative about what it means to be Muslim in the United States of America.

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Why Join Our Board? Being part of a nonprofit Board is a leadership position that one assumes. Board members are able to create a network amongst each other to help propel a social mission and cause. This is an exciting time to join the MCN board because the organization is growing rapidly; we’re undertaking exciting new projects such as building the very first multi-generational and multi-purpose community center in the heart of New York City; our programming is gaining both national and global recognition, especially in the field of peacebuilding and interfaith relations.

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Education & Advocacy

Education to deepen understanding of Muslims and our needs to help build inclusive communities.

Interfaith Partnerships

We are NYC’s go to civil-society nonprofit engaged in interfaith bridge building for peace.

Community Service

MCN Serves brings civic education together with community service, a key aspect of our faith.

Youth Leadership

Empowering youth to address civic and social justice issues in their communities.

Request a Diversity Education Training

What is Islam? Who are Muslims in America? We can shed light on these and other questions about our faith and community through diversity education workshops at your school, agency, or company.

“I’ve been able to better understand my identity as a Bengali Muslim American, trying to implement the best of both cultures to become the best version of myself.”

– Masrur Chowdhury, 2019 Emerging Peacemaker Program Participan

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Here are the links to the two community programs we did on this issue in the past:

Building Inclusive Communities with Shaykh Jaffer and Imam Latif: https://fb.watch/eR2fgtTzWz/
Reflections of Ali in Sunni Islam w. Prof. Nebil: https://www.facebook.com/mcnny/videos/483118573323748

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Join us as we reflect on our civic education journey this past year! Thank you to all of you who engage with our work and to all of our supporters who make this work possible! Thank you so much to @NYCCouncil @NYWomensFdn @BklynFoundation @MinKwonCenter

Let us #RememberOakCreek, the deadliest massacre of Sikhs on U.S. soil ever. Seven beloved community members were killed. Too many Americans don’t remember Oak Creek. Join @RevLoveProject + @sikh_coalition to learn the story + take action http://RememberOakCreek.org.

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