THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE
The Islamic Thought Institute (ITI) of the IMMC in Jackson, MS hosts a historic National Conference in partnership with the National Museum of African American History and Culture, Millsaps College, Tougaloo College, SoundVision and with support from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation titled, “Race, Class and Religious Intersectionality in America: An Ongoing Struggle for Human Dignity.”
With such themes as:
– Can Islam/Muslim Americans Offer A Way Forward?
– Is America a Police State?
– Do Black Lives and Those of Other Minorities Really Matter?
– The African American Freedom Struggle: One Movement or Two?
– Islam/Nationalism/Separatism vs Civil Rights & Integration?
The National Conference that presents a candid conversation about race, class, and religious intersectionality – an on-going struggle for human dignity in the American experiment. It dares to go beyond the headlines to take a fresh and unbiased look at Islamic Thought, worldview ideas, and culture – its contribution to America and the role of Muslim Americans, past and present. Click here to check out the Full Agenda.
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- STUDENT AND TEACHER $50 FOR THE WHOLE 4 DAYS
- ADULT REGULAR $100 FOR THE WHOLE 4 DAYS
This includes attending all sessions including receptions and banquette and all meals are provided.
$100/Adult Regular For The Whole 4 Days – Per Person
$50/Students (13-21) For The Whole4 Days – Per Person
Children under 13 – Free
- 6 meals – 2 Receptions, 3 Lunches and a Banquet Dinner;
- Attendance to all workshops;
- Tours – IMMC; Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums
Click here to reserve your room today (The International Museum of Muslim Cultures: An On-Going Struggle for Human Dignity).
Hotel Rates: Guest rooms – single or double rates $139 per night plus tax; reservation made will not be charged till 24 hours before arrival date. Discounted valet parking at $10 per day.