Press Release: By: Faisal R. Khan Carolina Peace Center Joins Boycott of White House Eid Celebration in Response to #Biden Administration’s Defense of #Israeli Attacks on #Palestinian Civilians and no condemnation of the violence that has been perpetrated against Palestinians.
Faisal R Khan of Carolina Peace Center co-authored this article with Nadia B. Ahmad. Read the attached link to learn about the influx of people who rallied for Palestine in D.C during Memorial Day Weekend: https://mondoweiss.net/2021/05/the-landscape-is-shifting-over-35000-rally-for-palestine-in-dc-on-memorial-day-weekend/?fbclid=IwAR2jibxp6JMh_okbZenKF4AYfAfGBBI1WYLM4JWHoBURbK6JqA60-LusrFs
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.
America’s Search for a Covid-19 vaccine is led by Muslims By Faisal R. Khan The Covid-19 vaccine breakthroughs at Moderna and Pfizer are one more examples of how immigrants including Muslims have been driving billions of dollars
Today Rep Ilhan Omar, Rep Rashida Tlaib, and Rep Andre Carson & 26 other members of Congress sent a letter asking DHS to investigate reports of an ICE facility in Miami feeding pork to Muslim detainees. They join tens of
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
Faisal Khan of Carolina Peace Center spoke at an event Saturday afternoon by invitation of the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Outer Banks. He spoke to what Islam says about justice, and he discussed his personal experience living as a
Great event at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Hillsborough focusing on pressing issues on anti Muslim hate and Islam. Our event went longer than expected and it was all worth it and even in the end few still decided to
#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
Carol L. Folt Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Dear Chancellor Folt, We would like to request the immediate cancellation of the UNC College Republicans upcoming event at UNC-Chapel Hill at 6 p.m. on November 13,
October 6, 2017 –
This is how we as a community respond to the hate, racism, bigotry and Islamophobia from yesterday. The hateful slur on Zainab billboard has been covered with a beautiful new art work and our community has come together for a
[Updated July 2017] In the wake of the 2015 attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, California, anti-Muslim sentiment has spiked. Although these sentiments manifest themselves in many ways, attacks on mosques directly take aim at religious freedom. Existing and proposed mosque sites
Carolina Peace Center held a vigil prayer event today in Cary, North Carolina remembering Nabra and Charleena. The event had amazing women activists who spoke about their personal experiences being Muslim and the challenges they and Muslims in general are
CPC founder Faisal R. Khan was honored to be invited to sit on the panel with Rabbi Edery and Latino organizer, Martha Hernandez. The event took place on March 31, 2017 at the Beth Shalom Synagogue in Raleigh, NC. Mr.
On Saturday, March 25, 2017, Carolina Peace Center (CPC) participated in a conversation and lunch hosted by the Bright Stars of Bethlehem at the Church of Reconciliation in Chapel Hill, NC. The event started with ‘Reflections’ shared by author and
March 20, 2017 Organized by CPC Founder Faisal R. Khan, an event was held entitled “Panel on Muslim Ban, Refugees and Immigrants” at the Umstead Park Church. There was a thought-provoking discussion held by the panelists followed by a Q