Please Join AMWEC on Wednesday, October 21st at 12 PM PST/3 PM EST to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and to discuss the growing role women are playing in America’s democracy.
Save this link and join us LIVE, as we come together for an exciting presentation marking a truly historic milestone in America’s history.
A conversation with heroes, South Asian doctors on the frontlines- about Covid-19, mental health, and how to cope with the stresses that we are all feeling as caregivers, parents, and workers. Dr. Puneet Chahal and our very own AMWEC board member, Dr. Sabeen Munib, have both been on the frontline of this deadly virus. We learn from them that mental health is just as important to take care of as physical health.
If you missed the video watch HERE
Recently, a team representing American Muslim Multi-faith Women Empowerment Council (AMWEC) visited Masjid Bilal Ibn Rabah in Los Angeles to show their solidarity with Muslim community residing there.
Imam Ayman Abdul Mujeeb and Anila Ali agreed that Covid19 has a silver lining and if we think creatively and plan strategically, the present challenges can be converted into future opportunities. “It is a wake up call for all of us to reconnect, rebuild, and reunite as human beings,” they opined.
View the Newslink here
It was indeed a great pleasure for AMWEC team to visit Masjid Bilal Ibn Rabah to hear the history of African American Muslims in Los Angeles. Imam Aymen Abdul Mujeeb and one of the pioneers of Interfaith leadership in America!
Joining Amwec at the mosque, was the LAPD officer, Sean Alexander, who is a proud Muslim African American from Los Angeles. AMWEC president, Anila Ali, COVID19 hero Amina Ali, board member Zeba Zebunnesa, and team member Saheli Saran, held insightful conversations about ways we can work together as Muslims, Americans and human beings, to help build and empower communities.
Under the theme “Ending the Practice of Racial Profiling: Women Take the Lead”, AMWEC held a zoom event gathering civic leaders, faith leaders, educators, elected officials, law enforcement, and minority community leaders. The goal of the event was to come together and share insights on how to improve understanding and bridge differences.
The speakers include Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Mayor Ali Sajjad, Mike Downing ex interim Chief of Police LAPD, Donna Thomas, Amir Ehsaei FBI, Chilling Tong (ILF ), Shelly Krajacic of National Education Association and Rabbi Peter Levi (ADL Orange County).
If you missed our webinar, watch it on Youtube here