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Restoring Dignity

Wesleyan University Muslim Student Association

Saturday, February 2, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PST)

Restoring Dignity

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Alhamdulillah, the organizing team has been able to make this a FREE event. If you have already bought a ticket and would like to be reimbursed, please contact Zainab Khan at zkhan@wesleyan.edu or Rabia Shahid at rshahid@wesleyan.edu.

However, because of room capacity issues, you still need to register for the event at http://wesalaam.eventbrite.com. This event is limited to the first 225 people to register. Please refer all questions to Zainab Khan at zkhan@wesleyan.edu


To commemorate the life and teachings of the Prophet (PBUH), Wesleyan University will be hosting a day long program in remembrance.

The theme of the program is entitled Restoring Dignity - a faith based approach to restoring dignity to Muslim communities around the world through the teachings of Islam and the Prophet (pbuh). 


Keynote Speakers: 

Imam Suhaib Webb

The Sunnah of Social Justice

Professor Homayra Ziad

The Sunnah of Good Humor


also featuring... 

Chaplain Bilal Ansari, Williams College

Dr. Ali Shakibai

Imam Refai Arefin

Imam Adeel Zeb, Wesleyan University and Trinity College

Chaplain Omer Bajwa, Yale University

Dinner will be served. A reception will follow the event.

Sponsored by: 

Wesleyan|Williams|Yale|Trinity|MCCT|Roti Boti|Mandap King


Have questions about Restoring Dignity? Contact Wesleyan University Muslim Student Association

When & Where

Wesleyan University
45 Wyllys Ave
Middletown, CT 06457

Saturday, February 2, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PST)

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Wesleyan University Muslim Student Association

The Wesleyan University Muslim Student Association (or, WeSalaam), is the hub of Muslim life on campus. While the group itself may be relatively small, there is no shortage of diversity. We host numerous events, student-led workshops, and study sessions (Halaqas), in addition to involving ourselves in interfaith work with other campus communities. We host Jummuah Prayers every Friday, which are generally student led.

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