Webpage: http://www.rfpusa.org/sep-24-muslim-ngos-in-times-of-covid-19-pandemic/ Direct Zoom registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gEmrcvE9QB-HV-QDFlNEuA
Hosted at the Holy Trinity Church on the Upper East Side, MCN volunteers come together on Saturday afternoons to serve the hungry of NYC. Our collaboration with the Church feeds approximately 100 guests a hot fresh meal. This program is run by our dedicated volunteers. Sign up to volunteer here: https://tapit.us/yVsvV For more information contact Sweta Verma […]
October is domestic violence awareness month. Student leaders, Mehrun Ahmed and Mahir Azam, have organized a virtual panel on domestic violence for Saturday, October 24 at 12:00pm. The purpose of this virtual event is to engage the Muslim community in a discussion around domestic violence. Spousal violence is a controversial and often unspoken issue in […]
On Thursday, November 12th, from 6pm-8pm, the NYC Commission on Human Rights, in partnership with the Council for American Islamic Relations (CAIR-NY), will be holding a Muslim Communities Virtual Town Hall to address anti-Muslim discrimination, hate crimes and xenophobic violence in NYC, particularly in light of post-election climate. Featured on the panel will be representatives […]
Sign up to volunteer for MCN's Thanksgiving Food Pack-a-Thon in partnership with Muslims Against Hunger! Volunteers can choose between preparing a meal with us on Tuesday, November 24th or help us to deliver these meals on Wednesday, November 25th. Link to sign up: https://forms.gle/WJ8pUJMDiAj8PxPK9
Creating social movements from deeply painful moments, turning deep personal loss into a mission for peace, human rights, and justice. Join us on the evening of December 11th for our inaugural Muslim Women's Civic Forum event featuring a conversation with speakers Kadiatou Diallo and Hawa Bah. Link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0sce-tpzgrE9ONzglDiVjz6dILJOJXt3uC
On January 19th, join us in an interfaith gathering of Muslims, Jews, and Christians through the Scriptural Reasoning program on Zoom. We will build fellowship and understanding across faiths through reading our holy scriptures together and engaging in breakout discussions of 9-12 participants each.