Join a lineup of accomplished panelists to discuss the leadership roles of women in the Muslim community and how they can advocate for vulnerable individuals.
January 27, learn how France’s culture of public secularism and growing Muslim population are clashing and coexisting … and why it matters to us in Indiana
For the third spring, the Indiana council on World Affairs is hosting the Great Decisions series, discussions of eight urgent international issues led by some of the country’s top experts.
In its final week of “Birds of Longing: Memory & Exile” at IIC, learn about how the Convivencia shaped visions of the future and how the poetry sounds in Hebrew and Arabic.
January 5 — Get a sneak peek at the exhibit “Birds of Longing: Exile and Memory.” Chat with artist Laurie Wohl. Listen to Salena Lee discuss the state of Muslim life in Europe today.
December 14th — In January “Birds of Longing” will be exhibited in the Gallery. Read some of the poetry that inspired the exhibit, then enjoy making music in the Gallery.
December 9th — Meet Maria Pimentel-Gannon, whose goal in life is to live life simply, purposefully, and intentionally, hoping to make a positive difference in the life of anyone reading her books.
Many Muslims are concerned about what life will be like for the next four years. Please join the conversation as we discuss the concerns and aspirations of Indiana Muslims.
November 8 — Muslims have been a focus of discussion and dissent in this election year more than ever before. Find out what Muslim Hoosiers think about this.
As part of Spirit and Place, the Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention (CHIP) is organizing a unique town hall meeting and workshop. This day-long workshop is geared for service providers and concerned…