In the region there are hundreds of libraries who would grately benefit from having more good books and multimedia on Islam, Muslims, and Muslim contributions to the world to add to their collections. The Horizon Library Project (HLP) is an initative organized by the Council on American-Islamic Relations in St. Louis (CAIR-STL) to provide a wider diversity of books and multimedia to libraries about Islam and Muslims. Many libraries have outdated materials and are real need to diversify and add to their collections.
2013 Pulitzer Prize-Winning Drama: Disgraced
Join playwright Ayad Akhtar for a free Conversation on Islam.
"Public Percptions of Islam in Post-9/11 America
Date: Monday, Febraury 15 | 7:30 P.M.
Location: Loretto-Hilton Center
130 Edgar Rd | St. Louis MO 63119
Ayad Akhtar Author of Disgraced
Faizan Syed Executive Director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations St. Louis
Dr. Ghazal Hayat, Former Chairperson of the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis
Moderator Seth Gordon, Associate Artistic Director of the Repertory Theater of St. Louis and director of Disgraced.
CAIR-STL is proud to open registration for the 3rd Annual Muslim Youth Leadership Symposium (MYLS).
WHEN: Saturday March 12th @ 10:00AM-6:00PM
WHERE: Medina Masjid
4666 Lansdowne Ave, St. Louis MO 63116
REGISTER TODAY FOR FREE: https://goo.gl/5Li8pg
MYLS is a 1 day leadership workshop designed to empower young High School and College Muslims with the skills they need to be tomorrow's leaders. During the symposium future leaders will participate in interactive workshops, build skills, and be challenged in debates.