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Dayton Muslims MLK Event: I AM A Keeper

Saturday, January 26th @ 10am
@ Dayton Mercy Society
 

We’re Keepers. Are You?

Join us for two-hours of inspiration, ideas, networking and more!

FEATURED SPEAKERS
Jeffery J. Mims Jr.,
Dayton City Commissioner

Mohamed Al-Hamdani,
Dayton School Board Members

Zerqa Abid,
Founder & Executive Director, MY Project USA

The messages of Islam and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. align parallel to each other when it comes to protecting basic human rights and providing social justice to all. He was a keeper. All good Muslims are supposed to be keepers.

Our beloved Deah Barakat, Yusor and Razan Abu-Salha, also known as “Our Three Winners,” were also keepers. Those three outstanding young Muslim Americans were building a compassionate community through their services and leadership when they were killed by a neighbor in 2015. This year marks fourth anniversary of the #ChapelHillShooting.

On January 26, we’re gathering to revive their legacies

MY Project USA fosters and empowers Muslim Keepers. We invite all Dayton Muslims to join hands with us in furthering the legacies of Dr. King Jr., Our Three Winners and thousands of other social and human rights activists that have had helped keeping America strong and compassionate through their services and advocacy.

It’s Time For You To Carve YOUR Footprint in Dayton.
Build Your Legacy Now!

Join Us To Find Ways You Could Get Involved In Building A Compassionate Dayton.

ABOUT REGISTRATION

Free Event. Registration Required
Walk In Welcome Per the Seat Availability

Childcare Under 7 Year Old
Pre-Register Online – $5 per Child
At the Door – $10 per Child
No child under 7 will be allowed in the program

Childcare Registration Deadline:
Friday, Noon, January 25, 2019

Register Now: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dayton-muslims-mlk-event-i-am-a-keeper-tickets-54946401165

Please Contact Mehreen Ahmad Raja, if you have any question.

Details

Date:
January 26, 2019
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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