Announcing “The Promise of Inclusion & the Power of Love” as its next theme, organizers of the 7th Parliament of the World’s Religions are looking for world-changing outcomes from the more than 12,000 delegates expected to convene in Toronto, Canada, November 1 - 7, 2018.
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An online project that subverts a misconception that puts Muslim women as voiceless victims of their religion has started in Canada, giving a platform for Muslim women to tell their own stories.
Portland kickstarted on Thursday, August 3, a local hate crime documentation and response system, giving community groups grants with the total amount of $350,000 to document incidents.
More than 40 Muslim and Jewish women came together on Wednesday evening, August 2, to talk politics, religion, in the fifth official meeting for a sisterhood based on love and unity.
MuslimFest, the largest Muslim festival in North America, returns to Mississauga Celebration Square in suburban Toronto this weekend and over 30,000 visitors are expected to take part in the festivities.
The Muslim family that received hateful messages in their mailbox last week have been showered with letters of love collected by their neighbors, who were devastated by the news.
Americans increasingly select e-commerce as a buying option. According to a Pew Research study, eight-in-ten Americans are online shoppers.
A leading American Muslim organization hosted on Sunday, July 30, an open day to offer vulnerable students preparing to get back to school new supplies, in the 10th event planned in a row.
Recognizing Canadian Blood Services’ severe shortage of blood, Canadian Muslims in Windsor have decided to arrange their celebrations of Canada’s 150 anniversary with an ambitious blood drive that aims to deliver 150 pints of blood.
Muslim community leaders gathered in Astoria, Queens, to address legal and social issues facing American Muslims in Trump era, discussing travel ban, immigrant rights and mosque operations.
Expressing her sincere regrets, a North Dakota woman met two of the three Muslim women she threatened in a Walmart parking lot, as the women urged her employer to rehire her.