ICNA’s Outreach project WhyIslam participated in the virtual summit “The Black Man: Survival in America” by The KJLH radio station. The well organized and popular event was billed as an “Empowerment Summit”. One of the breakout sessions was conducted by WhyIslam.
When the pandemic took hold of life in Orange County in March, most people were ordered to stay home. But local houses of worship, food banks, pantries and their team of volunteers didn’t.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner and a number of local food pantries are stepping up to ensure families hit hard financially by the pandemic will still have a turkey on the table this year.
A host of local Muslim non-profits are among the many organizations out on the ground in Orange County distributing food to people in need.
Learn how to protect your family, fulfill your religious obligation, and leave a legacy after death. The presenter Hafidh Yaser Ali, is an attorney who graduated from Harvard University and UC Berkeley. He’s also trained in classical Islamic Inheritance Law. He co-authored the American Bar Association’s guide on Muslim estate planning. He runs muslim.estate, an […]
—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE— NEW YORK, NY (July 22, 2020) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) commends the passing of House Resolution 2486 titled the NO BAN Act today.
Mosques, synagogues, churches, Gurudwaras and other religious institutions are all finding ways to feed communities across the country and many are among the distribution sites in Orange County getting food to the people who need it.
NEW JERSEY — Protests continue in New Jersey this weekend as demonstrators across the nation march, rally and speak out against police brutality and systemic racism after the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.
(June 6, 2020 | LOS ANGELES, Calif.) — Thousands joined a rally organized by ICNA Council for Social Justice, California Chapter (ICNA CSJ-CA) in Los Angeles today, against racism and police brutality.