DMV (DC, Maryland, Virginia) INTERFAITH SUMMIT JANUARY 26, 2019; American University School of International Service; 10 am – 5:15 pm Our theme this year is: How do young adults with religious, ethical and cultural values contribute to building a [stronger, united, inclusive, equitable, just] DMV? The only multi-faith conference for young leaders in the DMV […]
AMI teamed up with the Sandy Spring Museum to bring dismantle common stereotypes about Muslim Women. The audience enjoyed the personal narratives of Dr. Nadia Hashimi, Nadia Hassan and Chaplain Nisa, so much so that the largest complaint we faced there was that there was not enough time. Thanks to all our great speakers and […]
On November 2nd and 4th, Robert Mckinzy, Shahid Rahman, and Amb. Islam Siddiqui presented on the roots of Islamophobia in multiple locations including Dar Alnoor, Dar Al-Hijrah, and Judtih Resnick Elementary School.
Washington, D.C., Oct. 27, 2018. – American Muslim Institution (AMI) condemns the shooting at the Tree of Life Congregation Synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA. We send our condolences to all the families affected by this senseless tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the victims and all their loved ones on this tragic day. […]
On September 30, 2018 AMI partnered with AMI to organize an interfaith dinner & discussion around the topic of migration from a faith perspective. Over 170+ joined fine conversation and dinner. David Grey, Dr. Tarek Elgawhary, Rabbi Sunny Schnitzer, Rev. Kasey Kaseman and Shahid Rahman discussed the past and future of migration.