Black History Month with MCN

Want to learn more about the history and experiences of Black Muslims in the United States? Join us on Friday February 19 at 12PM EST. for a conversation with Dr. Sylviane Diouf, award-winning historian of the African Diaspora and author of Servants of Allah: African Muslims Enslaved in the Americas. Then at 6PM, hear from black Muslims about their experiences growing up […]

Muslim Women's Civic Forum: A Conversation with Abrar Omeish

On Monday March 22nd at 5:30 PM, hear from Abrar Omeish, a Muslim-American woman making history. Abrar is one of Virginia's youngest elected officials and the first Muslim woman to win a seat on the Fairfax County School Board. Register Here:

MCN Virtual Iftar

Join us for an early Ramadan evening before we break our fasts. We'll discuss the significance of Ramadan, read poetry,and more as a community, rising up for equity and healing, equality and hope. Register for the April 21st event from 5:30 to 7pm right here:

The Revelation of the Quran with Shaykh Ibad Wali

On Thursday, April 22nd from 12 to 1pm, join us for a virtual talk with executive director and resident scholar of Hillside Islamic Center, Shaykh Ibad Wali. We'll be hearing all about the revelation of the Qu'ran, and you don't want to miss this key Diversity Education event!

Diversity Education Speaker Series: Jihad in Islam

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the Muslim perspective on Jihad? Join us for an insightful talk on this topic with Imam Zulqarnain, Chaplain for Staten Island University Hospital and the founder of Bait-ul-Jamaat House of Community on Staten Island. Date: Thursday May 20, 2021 Time: 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Please Register HERE

Muslim Women's Civic Forum : A Conversation with Founders of Faithfully Sustainable

We are excited to share with you the next installment of our Muslim Women's Civic Forum on Tuesday May 25 at 5pm.  Join us for a conversation with Kadiatou Balde and Zainab Koli, founders of Faithfully Sustainable, a community organization whose mission is to bridge Islam with sustainability (environmental, climate & social justice) by equipping Muslim BI&POC (Black, Indigenous & People […]

Diversity Education Speaker Series: Building An Inclusive Muslim Community: Sunni-Shia Dialogue and Partnership at ICNYU

Join us and the Islamic Center of NYU in building a dialogue between Sunni and Shia communities, all working towards a more inclusive Muslim community overall. This event features key speakers Imam Khalid Latif, University Chaplin and Executive Director of ICNYU, and Sheikh Fayaz Jaffer, Research Scholar and Associate Chaplin. Register at

9/11 Children of Abraham Peace Vigil 2022

1 UN Public Plaza 1 UN Public Plaza, NY

 Annual Children of Abraham Peace Vigil 2022 On the twenty-first anniversary of September 11, 2001, Jews, Christians, Muslims, and people of all faith and goodwill will gather, united against division, violence, and hatred for a peace vigil. As we emerge from pandemic isolation in our Covid-epicenter city, we remember the hatred and violence perpetrated in these […]