On Saturday, June 15, CAIR-Chicago is co-sponsoring a film screening and panel discussion of Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World, a documentary film narrated by Susan Sarandon.
The screening and discussion are a part of IMAN‘s (Inner-City Muslim Action Network) Takin’ it to the Streets Urban International Festival. The film screening and discussion are set to take place at the CommUNITY Pavilion at Marquette Park at 1:30pm.
CAIR-Chicago will also be hosting a booth at Takin’ it to the Streets . Be sure to stop by!
WHAT: Filming screening of Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World and panel discussion
WHEN: Saturday, June 15th, 1:30pm
WHERE: IMAN’s Takin’ it to the Streets Urban International Festival at the CommUNITY Pavilion at Marquette Park
WHO: The Illinois Humanities Council, the Inner-City Muslim Action Network, and the Chicago Council on American-Islamic Relations
COST: $5 suggested donation to enter Takin’ it to the Streets , no extra charge for film screening and panel discussion
CAIR-Chicago: The Council on American-Islamic Relations Chicago is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to defending civil rights, fighting bigotry, and promoting tolerance.
IMAN: The Inner-City Muslim Action Network is a community-based nonprofit that advocates for social justice, delivers a range of direct services, and cultivates the arts in urban communities.
IHC: The Illinois Humanities Council is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching lives and strengthening communities in Illinois through the humanities.