Introducing Table Talks! In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, we discussed Men's mental health. A conversation that has been long overdue! Muslim men in the field spoke about some of the challenges men are experiencing. Get access to the event recording here.
Black History is Muslim History is American History. To commemorate Black History Month, special guest speaker and author Imam Amin Nathari delved into Islam in Black America. Get access to the event recording here.
The first event of 2023! In this webinar, featured panelists, fellow community workers and leaders, shared the best practices for Sadaqa and Zakat distribution to individuals. Get access to the event recording here.
"Pretty Fire" followed one woman’s struggle to find her voice in a small suburb of New York during the Civil Rights era. This tumultuous time displayed all the trails and tribulations that face us on our journey though the injustices of being a minority. Whether a female, an immigrant, a convert or a person of color, inequality in America is a part of our history. It is Women's History. It is Black History. It is Muslim History. We are all one. This is our story.
From April 4-9th of 2019, the 11th Annual Muslim Mental Health Conference "Putting in the work: Service and Advocacy for Mental Health in the Muslim Community" was in Arizona for the first time! We discussed trends in Mental Health in the Muslim community.
In 2019, we celebrated 20 trailblazing years of the Islamic Social Services Association, USA, a pioneer in human services and mental health advocacy!