Field Trip to the New York Historical Society

As part of the Leadership Development and Civic Engagement curriculum, MY NYC students will be viewing the “Immigrant City” exhibit at the New York Historical Society. The exhibit details immigration from 1609 through the 20th century and explores how newcomers helped create the city we know today.   For more information on MY NYC, contact Rana Aboomar at 

Student Led Anti-Vaping Workshop

Islamic Center of Jackson Heights 3040 80th St., East Elmhurst, NY

Three MY NYC participants will be hosting a youth workshop on the dangers of vaping. As part of the MY NYC program, students identify a significant community concern, then undertake a campaign to address the issue. The Anti-Vaping student campaign will host informative workshops at various locations throughout the school year. For more information on […]

Muslim Women’s Day Appreciation Breakfast

Marble Loft 1 West 29th Street, new york

RSVP HERE: Join MCN in celebrating Muslim Women's Day on March 27th, 2020, a day dedicated to uplifting and empowering the incredible women leaders. About this Event Muslim Women's Day was created by a young Muslim activist, Amani Al-Khatathbeh, Editor in Chief of Muslim Girl Magazine in 2018, to celebrate and uplift the incredible Muslim […]

Virtual Queens Muslim Town Hall

  On the evening of September 15th, join the Queens Muslim Town Hall to listen to speakers such as Jon Kim (New York State Assemblyman) and Jumaane Williams (New York City Public Advocate) discuss pressing issues with the Queens Muslim community! Register at

MCN Serves Monthly Soup Kitchen

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:   For more information contact Sweta Verma […]

Muslim Community Panel on Domestic Violence

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 […]

Need Volunteers for Virtual Phone Banking

  MCN is looking for volunteers. Please join MCN as we try to get out the vote in the key swing state of Pennsylvania and in our hometown of New York for the upcoming Federal Elections. Join the Party! Register for the day you are available and we’ll send you instructions on how to join […]

Muslim Communities Virtual Town Hall: Sharing Empowerment Tools to Combat Anti-Muslim Discrimination and Xenophobia

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 […]