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Campus Protests Across America

At some of the most elite universities in the world, the highly selective student body gathers to make its voice heard. This is a centuries-old tradition, dating back by some accounts to 1209 at the University of Oxford-  young people and students of knowledge always gather to lead revolution- to analyze and critique policies and demand change from lawmakers and …


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ICNA Council For Social Justice National and ICNA Council for Social Justice California Chapter Condemn USC’s Decision to Cancel Class Valedictorian Speech

Wednesday, April 17th, 2024 Washington, DC  Together, both ICNA CSJ National and ICNA CSJ’s California Chapter vehemently oppose the decision of the USC Administration to ban the visibly Muslim, student-voted class valedictorian Asna Tabbasum from speaking at her commencement ceremony.  The Administration cites safety concerns as the reason for their cancellation, but has rejected any attempt to display a credible …


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Interview with a Prison Chaplain for Muslims Behind Bars

An Interview with Devalle Muhammad- Social Service Coordinator and Prison Outreach Chaplain for the Muslim Community of Knoxville, TN   Tell us a little bit about yourself My name is Devalle Muhammad, and I live in Knoxville Tennessee. I am the Social Service Coordinator and Prison Outreach Chaplain for the Muslim Community of Knoxville (MCK). Having spent time within the …