CAIR-Chicago’s Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab, will be taking part in a panel discussion at a conference on the Future of US-Muslim World Relations. The discussion is part of the Hope Not Hate youth leadership retreat at Northwestern University, being organized by Americans for Informed Democracy.
The retreat will bring together special guest speakers and young leaders for a day of discussions and leadership workshops focused on the ways to improve US-Muslim World relations. Young people from across the region are invited to attend to learn how they can encourage international cooperation and influence US foreign policy.
The panel discussion will also include local experts Ray Hanania, award winning syndicated columnist, author, and host of Radioland Chicago; as well as Noreen S. Ahmed-Ullah, a journalist with the Chicago Tribune and their correspondent for Afghanistan.
The conference series is supported by a coalition of non-profit organizations, including Americans for Informed Democracy, the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and the United Nations Foundation, as part of a broader initiative called The People Speak.
What: Panel Discussion, Future of US-Muslim World Relations Conference
Who: Ahmed Rehab, Noreen S. Ahmed-Ullah, and Ray Hanania.
When: Saturday, October 4th 9:00-5:00 (conference), 10:15-11:45 (Panel)
Where: Northwestern University, Harris, Room 107
For more information or to register for the conference, visit http://www.aidemocracy.org/conferences/hnh/evanston08.php
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