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Go Eat Give and Atlantic Institute present Speaker Event on Role of Women in Islam
By: Go Eat Give
Upon their arrival, guests will have a chance to mingle and taste homecooked Turkish cuisine. Presenting on the Role of Women in Islam will be keynote speaker Ms. Azizah Kahera, COO of Azizah Magazine - the magazine that serves as the voice for Muslim women in America. Kahera also started the Azizah International edition that celebrates the accomplishments of Muslim women around the world.
Ms. Kahera will debunk the commonly misconstrued stereotypes that are too frequently tied to Muslim women. There is no doubt that far too many people succumb to these biased beliefs, even if they do so unknowingly. This event will be a great opportunity for guests to have their eyes opened to the reality of Muslim women and to have any of their misinformed preconceptions corrected.
Tickets are available for purchase via Eventbrite (https://roleofwomeninislam.eventbrite.com) for $10 in advance or $20 at the door.
Go Eat Give is a 501(c)(3) Atlanta based nonprofit organization that is dedicated to promoting cross-cultural connection and understanding through global service, community education, and international travel. They believe that the best way to eliminate stereotypes and bigotry is to immerse the public in the traditional and authentic culture of different countries and regions.
The Atlantic Institute is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization headquartered in Atlanta, GA whose goal is to facilitate dialogue and bridge cultures from both sides of the Atlantic. In order to reach a more understanding and accepting coexistence of cultures, they believe it is necessary to embrace diversity and build tolerance. They want to foster awareness for differing beliefs, traditions, and opinions. Through other branches in Florida, Alabama, Tennessee and South Carolina, Atlantic Institute is dedicated to building cross-cultural and interfaith dialogue for a more inclusive society.
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