The Rev. Dr. Katharine Rhodes Henderson, President of Auburn Seminary, appeared on MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry on April 14 to discuss the issue of child sex trafficking.
An overflow crowd braved pouring rain to attend Groundswell's first major public event on Tuesday, September 6th 2011 in New York City at the WNYC Greene Space. Please find below video clips of Groundswell Director Valarie Kaur, social innovator and technologist Ari Wallach, social movement wave theorist Beth Zemsky, and Professor Hussein Rashid discussing the need and potential for a new justice movement fueled by moral calling.
With tensions mounting between the U.S. and the Muslim world, integrating newcomers from those countries raises a whole set of sensitivities and challenges. This September 11th, host a screening of “Hawo’s Dinner Party: The New Face of Southern Hospitality."
The Domestic Crusaders is an award-winning play written by Muslim American Wajahat Ali depicting the day in the life of a Pakistani-American Muslim family, showing this September in New York City.
9/11 Walks is encouraging Americans all over the country to honor this anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks by taking a walk - to get to know people in our communities from different backgrounds, cultures and faiths.
"All Atheists Are Muslim" is a one-woman comedy show by Zahra Noorbakhsh that invites audiences to discover unexpected common ground among different faiths and traditions.
A new film and social media project invites Americans to share real life stories about their Muslim friends and neighbors, in an effort to dispel myths and fears about Islam among the 59% of Americans who say they don’t know a single person who is Muslim.