America's Muslim Museum Hosts Free National Conferences

Tougaloo College & The International Museum Of Muslim Cultures To Host Historic National Conferences
February 19-22, 2011

"Islamic West Africa’s Legacy of Literacy & Music To America & The World"
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America’s only {Muslim Museum} is organizing a major conference February 19-20th on Africa’s Islamic legacy and the USA. This free conference is taking place in Jackson, Mississippi. It will also be streamed live. We invite you all to {register today} for this free conference.

Sheikh AbdelKader Haidara, the heir and director of the Haidara Library in Mali, will be the opening keynote speaker at the conference. Other speakers include such scholars as Drs. Stephanie Diakite’ of Timbuktu, Ali Mazrui, Sulayman Nyang, Allan Austin, Beverly Mack, Aminah McCloud, Imams Plemon El-Amin, Zaid Shakir, and Faheem Shu’abe.

Sound Vision has been a major sponsor of this Muslim Museum for years. On behalf of Sound Vision, we request you to share this announcement at your Masjid and school notice board. If you can go to Jackson, it would be great. Besides attending the conference for free you can also see the museum. If you cannot attend, please still register for the virtual conference today.

For full details check out {Muslim Museum}

A Note From Sound Vision
An element of Islamophobia is creating misgivings and propaganda against the Prophet, peace be upon him. Muslims love their Prophet. However, sometimes we are not just in our expressing our love. Our Sound Vision articles and newsletters address these issues.

Masjids, Islamic centers and organizations have for long focused on free distribution of the Quran as a way of spreading understanding of Islam. While this is crucial, we must also not forget the role of the Prophet, the man whose wife called him the embodiment of the ideals of the Quran.

This is why I would like to suggest that we all, as individuals, members of Masjids or other Islamic organizations, make a concerted effort to distribute free material in the weeks and months ahead about Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him.

This should also be given to local libraries if it is not already there, as well as organizations interested in learning more about Islam. Our update this week focuses on this topic, as well as the urgent need for Muslims to learn about and share the life of the Prophet, live his example, and communicate his legacy.

Abdul Malik Mujahid


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