February 2022

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This article is reshared from the Jan/Feb 2014 issue of Islamic Horizons magazine published by the Islamic Society of North America. The original article can be found here: Islamic Horizons Jan/Feb 14 by Islamic Society of North America – Issuu
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This article is reshared from the Jan 2022 issue of Data Digest published by the Institute of social policy and understanding. The original article can be found here: 10 Areas of Need in American Muslim Communities | ISPU  6. POVERTY: Establishing community-driven measures for alleviating poverty, with a special focus on Black Muslim households Based on data...
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On January 23, 2022, 16 students were present for our very first TISA Short Course which was entitled “Race and the US Civil Rights Movement: Teaching Muslim Adults & Children.” Students included a college professor, school teachers, and several community activists. Topics explored in the class included the Quranic and Prophetic perspectives on “race” and...
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This article is reshared from the Jan/Feb 2019 issue of Islamic Horizons magazine published by the Islamic Society of North America. The original article can be found here: Islamic Horizons January/February 2019 by Islamic Society of North America – Issuu
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This article is reshared from the Sep/Oct 2016 issue of Islamic Horizons magazine published by the Islamic Society of North America. The original article can be found here: Islamic Horizons September/October 2016 by Islamic Society of North America – Issuu
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Karla Nicole Kovacik Green Bay, Wisconsin Karla N. Kovacik graduated with her M.A. from The University of Georgia Department of Religion with a concentration in Islamic Studies and a minor in Arabic. She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and raised in Hickory, North Carolina. She completed her Bachelor’s in Anthropology, specializing in the Anthropology of...
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