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BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Learn With KARAMAH

Join Rahmah Abdulaleem, Esq., Executive Director of KARAMAH, for the enlightening 2020 series done in conjunction with the ADAMS Center: 401 Years and Counting: An Intentional Look Into the History of Racism in America.

“If they come for me in the morning, they will come for you in the night” – Angela Davis

What Does it Mean to be an ‘Ally’ in the Movement Towards Justice?

On February 25, 2016, KARAMAH broached an important topic: What Does it Mean to be an ‘Ally’ in the Movement Towards Justice. Our esteemed panel included three amazing Muslim women: Ms. Saleema Snow, Ms. Raheemah Abdulaleem, and Ms. Rosieda Shabodien who shared their experiences of fighting for social justice through both their personal and professional lives.

At KARAMAH, we recognize that Muslim Americans as a whole cannot ignore the fact that our presence and our establishment started first with our African American sisters and brothers. Yet, we as a community have fallen prey to two issues: not raising up the stories of our African American ancestors and their impact on our society and secondly, intrafaith racism.

New Perspectives for Congregations and Communities

African Americans and Religious Freedom

Hear from a "stellar group of contributors whose essays will be of interest to a national and international audience. As a result, a broad public will come to learn our story from our unique perspective. It is a book for the world — from us, about us." Check out Chapter 6: 53 Race, Religious Pluralism and Religious Freedom, written by our very own Rahmah A. Abdulaleem, Esq.

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