Posts tagged with "Muslim Organizations"



Conversations · 21. April 2018
Dr. Khaled Abou El Fadl engages a private audience on the challenges confronting Muslims and Islam in America, the Islamophobia network, and the what it will take to turn the tide of hatred against Muslims today. He discusses the current intellectual state of Muslims, its educational institutions and what it takes to be an effective Islamic intellectual in modern times--those who have mastered both the Islamic tradition as well as the modern systems of knowledge in a particular context, from...
Conversations · 07. April 2018
Dr. Khaled Abou El Fadl and Dr. Heather Laird, Director of the Center for Muslim Mental Health and Islamic Psychology at the University of Southern California, hold an open, frank and insightful conversation about mental health and the issues that plague the Muslim community within the current climate of our times. Hosted at The Usuli Institute, April 7, 2018.

Conversations · 17. March 2018
A Conversation with Khaled Beydoun and Salam Al-Marayati on Islamophobia and Power moderated by Khaled Abou El Fadl. What is the role of American Muslim organizations via-a-vis political power, the racialization of Muslims and Islamophobia? What has been the experience of MPAC as an American Muslim Organization and what model does MPAC set for American Muslims? How do we analyze and critique the role of American Muslim organizations in light of Islamophobia? These are complex questions where we...

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