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Muslims in America Share their Experiences -- DORCHESTER

When: Wednesday, May 18, 2016, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Where: Vietnamese-American Cultural Center • 42 Charles St • Fields Corner T • Dorchester

Dorchester People for Peace (DPP) stands with our neighbors in Boston who are overcoming the effects of War, Repression, and Injustice in all its forms. We want to be part of the solution, with supportive actions we can take together.

Please join us for the second event of the Solidarity Project Series.

In response to anti-Islamic rhetoric and proposed anti-immigrant policies, the refugee crisis in Europe, and increasing ISIS attacks, progressive Muslims will share their views on Islam, Militarism, Islamophobia, and Politics.

Speakers:

Brother Imam Talib: Masjid al Quran

Mona Haydar: #Ask a Muslim

Hayat Imam: Member of DPP; Mass Peace Action

John Robbins: Council on American-Islamic Relations

Endorsed by: Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center (ISBCC); Louis D. Brown Peace Institute; Masjid al Quran; Massachusetts Peace Action; Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC); Vietnamese American Civic Association (VACA)

For more information call: 617-282-3783

MBTA Directions: Red Line (towards Ashmont); Fields Corner Stop

Wheelchair Accessible

We invite you to be part of the Solidarity Project

We are committed to creating spaces for all of us to talk about the effects of wars, the meanings of inclusion and exclusion, and what it takes to make Dorchester/ Boston our home.

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