Join CPC tomorrow from 6-7pm to celebrate the life of John Lewis!
Show Me The Meaning of #Juneteenth By Faisal R. Khan Show me that you support $22 to $24 per hour minimum wage so people don’t have to reside in substandard housing and can actually have healthy meals for themselves and
Fight the poverty, social, economic and healthcare injustice.
Faisal R. Khan will be speaking today in Raleigh, June 1st at 5:00 PM. He will be speaking with others seeking accountability, transparency and justice for brother Andrew Brown, Jr. We all need to stand up across NC and come
Tomorrow in Washington DC See you all there!
#Palestine #Gaza #CrimesAgainstHumanity Charlotte, North Carolina Speak up and stand up for justice for Palestine
Join in on our Zoom on Instagram @frk_NC!
#savesheikhjarrah #Jerusalem #Palestine We see you. We here you. We will keep fighting for you with our voice, advocacy and unity.
The Carolina Peace Center and American Muslims for Palestine will peacefully protest on May 13th, 2021 at 5pm at the Romare Bearden Park 300 S Church St Charlotte, NC 28202.
Moving Forward By Faisal R. Khan Questions and frustration hovers across America as the nation recovers from tragic events of Wednesday where the radicalized right wing terrorists stormed into the nation’s heart, the capitol building while the United States Congress
***We will also be livestreaming the press conference on the NC Medicare For All Coalition Facebook page.*** Emergency Press Conference On Human Rights Day to Address the Worsening COVID-19 Crisis and to Demand Medicare for All SPEAKERS TO INCLUDE MEDICAL
SAVE THE DATE! Human Rights Day webinar: Holding the U.S. accountable for human rights violations: @ajamubaraka @rdunbaro & Annette Martinez-Orabona Register here: bit.ly/38CSJB
To mark 100 years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment and its complicated legacy, we’re joining the United State of Women and the Gender Equity Voting Collaborative to host a #WhenAllWomenVote Week of Action from August 17-20. Join us
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 30, 2020 Subject: Peaceful and nonviolent rally Where: 316 Fayetteville St. Raleigh, NC 27601 Time: 5:00 PM Media Contact: Faisal Khan (630) 335-2846 In the wake of brutal murder of George Floyd in the hands of
https://actionnetwork.org/…/voting-rights-are-human-rights The Voting Rights Act was created to protect each person’s right to vote. While the Act was successful for decades, unfortunately it was gutted by the Supreme Court in 2013. Six years later and we’re seeing discriminatory voting laws
We’re planning a mass protest of this administration’s plan to deport immigrants and of the rapidly expanding concentration camps at the Southern border. This is a campaign of terror and we will not allow our neighbors to be demeaned and
This is a national mobilization; there are over 300 local events registered, and counting. Thousands of people have already signed up for the Raleigh event. We will have a peaceful rally and, for those who are able, a march around
Friday, June 29th at 11:30 am Carolina Peace Center held a press conference to show support to Muslim Americans and Muslims standing up against religious bigotry and racism. The Carolina Peace Center called the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold President
Hundreds gathered to protest the separation of migrant families at the border. RSVP on Facebook. WUNC coverage Carolina Resistance coverage N&O Coverage La Conexion coverage ABC coverage
Great event this evening in Durham on much needed topic that must take place across the country. Great panelists discussion on the following questions below. You can watch the entire talk on the event page (see previous post). Durham police
#LoveAMuslim #LoveAMuslimDay Muslim and non-Muslim community members met in the spirit of solidarity and humanity to stand up against Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hate.
This afternoon, the Carolina Peace Center held a Panel on the Muslim Travel Ban and anti-immigrant policies which included DACA recipients. Community faith leaders, legal counsels and political leaders shared and shed light on policies as well as that of
On June 18th, 2017, 17-year-old Nabra Hassanan’s life was cut short unexpectedly through no fault of her own. A victim of a violent crime, her innocence and bright future are forever lost. But her memory will never be forgotten. Muslim