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Tag Archives: Al-Iman
Mourning, Intersectionality, and Hope
Part I: #OurThreeBrothers
Posted on April 13, 2016 by Matilda Cantwell
At the end of February, three young immigrant men, two of whom were Muslim, were tragically killed in Fort Wayne, Indiana under unknown circumstances. They were murdered “execution style” in an abandoned building that was “under surveillance” by police for … Continue reading →
Posted in Interfaith Matters, Response Statements, Social Justice | Tagged Al-Iman, Islam, Islamophobia, race/racism, world news | 1 Comment
Interfaith Awareness Week: What Do We Serve?
Posted on April 7, 2014 by Matilda Cantwell
We are what we pay attention to. Sadly, most of the time we are not attending to the world or ourselves. Psychologists estimate we have sixty thousand to seventy thousand thoughts a day, 99 percent of which are more or … Continue reading →
Posted in Interfaith Matters, Programs & Events, Social Justice | Tagged Al-Iman, food, interfaith, Islam | Leave a comment