Towards The Beloved Community: Town-hall on Race, Privilege and Inclusion

Join CAIR-Chicago and the Catholic Theological Union in a community town-hall discussing how, in today’s divisive political climate, the bonds between ethnicites, race, gender and religion are being challenged.

We as a community are witnessing the presence of policies fueled by seperation, racial tensions and fear.

Hate and fear as a foundation for policies do not exist in a vacuum. The foundations of these sentiments can be found within our own communities. How do we confront the challenges of privilege, push back on demographic change and the deliberate inclusion of diversity? Join us for a honest discussion on how we as a collective community respond to these challenges in order to create the “Beloved Community” we have the potential to become.

WHAT: Town-Hall On Race, Privilege and Inclusion
WHO: CAIR-Chicago, Catholic Theological Union, and other allies
WHERE: Catholic Theological Union in Chicago
WHEN: November 9th, from 6PM to 9PM

Speakers List:

Scott Alexander– Associate Professor of Islamic Studies at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago
Ahmed Rehab– Executive Director of Council on American-Islamic Rlations in Chicago (CAIR-Chicago)
Tariq El-Amin– Resident Imam of Masjid Al-Taqwa
Steven Monroy– Legislative Staff Attorney at the Mexican-American Legal Defense & Education Fund (MALDEF)
Jane Ramsey– Chicago Women Take Action
Donna Gutman- CoPresident of National Council of Jewish Women North Shore
Leni Manaa-Hoppenworth– Indivisible Illinois State Coordinator
Maaria Mozaffar, Esq– CAIR-Chicago Legislative Attorney

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Partner Organizations:
Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN), Chicago Women Take Action, MEC Masjid, Masjid Al-Taqwa, Arab-American Family Services (AAFS), Indivisible Illinois 9th District, Mexican-American Legal Defense & Education Fund (MALDEF), Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago (CIOGC), National Council of Jewish Women-North Shore, Muslim Womens Alliance