Saturday, February 20, 2010

Chicago, USA Black History Month event at Sadiq Mosque on south side - Feb 20

Three presenters will speak, the first of which will be at 1pm sharp. Among the speakers are Respected Abdul Karim, the current President of the Al Sadiq Mosque.

Ahmadiyya Times | News Staff |
Source & Credit:  Examiner.com | Fenruary 17, 2010
By Qasim Rashid

The Al-Sadiq Mosque, one of America's oldest Mosque's and certainly Chicago's oldest Mosque will host their annual Black History Month event on Saturday, February 20th.

The event open to the public and will begin promptly with lunch at 12pm. Three presenters will speak, the first of which will be at 1pm sharp. Among the speakers are Respected Abdul Karim, the current President of the Al Sadiq Mosque. Sister Naimah Latif, author of Slavery: The African American Psychic Trauma, will also present a rich historical perspective on African Americans. A respected elder and speaker on Islam, Brother Yacub Muhammad will also be speaking.


Al-Sadiq Masjid is located at 4448 S Wabash and is just a short walk from the Red Line.

Once again, the event has FREE admission and is OPEN to all members of all faiths. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to 773.268.8281 or email 1muslim.examiner@gmail.com.

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