Muslims in the Age of Obama – Philly – Z. Shakir & K. Blankinship – Fri. May 1

Zaytuna Institute, Al-Madina Institute, Quba Institute & CAIR Pennsylvania present:

Muslims in the Age of Obama
The Challenge of a New Public Discourse

Khalid Blankinship & Zaid Shakir in Philadelphia

In his inaugural address, President Barack Obama informed the Muslim world that America “will extend a hand if you are willing to unclench your fist.” Under a new administration, how can Muslims begin to shape a national conversation in America?

When: Friday, May 1 | 7pm (Doors open at 6:15pm)
Venue: Irvine Auditorium, University of Pennsylvania
3401 Spruce St., Philadelphia, PA 19104

Directions & Parking: For more information, and for a map of the area, please click here.

Admission: $10 (Please register here.)
www.almadinainstitute.org

Email info@almadinainstitute.org for more information.

Khalid Blankinship specializes in early Islamic history and is the director of graduate studies in the Religion Department of Temple University.

Zaid Shakir is a resident scholar at Zaytuna Institute in Berkeley and writes and speaks frequently about issues pertaining to Muslims and Islam.

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