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The United States is gripped with a pandemic and calls for racial justice and equity. Islam provides an approach and relevant guidance on these topics for people of all faiths and backgrounds.

We invite you to join this program as we explore this guidance and posit practical solutions to the problems facing individuals and households today.

6:00 Islamic Guidance for Living in a Pandemic
Iqbal Mitiche

6:07 The Correlation between Patience and Success
Imam Ahmed Alamine

6:13 A Meaningful Life: The Cure for Hopelessness
Dr. Nasser Karimian

6:28 Racial Justice and Islam
Ustadh Ubaydullah Evans

6:43 Faith or Science? The Relationship between Islam and Science
Imam Mohammad Sirajuddin

6:55 Safeguarding the Heart
Imam Ahmed Alamine

7:10 Conclusion and Final Thoughts
Ustadh Ubaydullah Evans

Hoosiers across the state have been asking the same question: what’s next? What more can we do to support the Black Lives Matter movement? And for Muslim Hoosiers especially: how do we translate our faith and beliefs into action? There have been worldwide protests associated with the death of George Floyd, demanding that lawmakers reform the policies and laws that govern police officers.

On Wednesday, July 15th from 7-8pm, we will have a conversation with State Representative Cherrish Pryor about the legislative process at the State and local level and Kenneth Allen of Black Lives Matter, on future goals of the Movement. This webinar will be led and moderated by Judge David Shaheed.

Join us: register now through Zoom or tune in through Facebook Live!