Seeking Justice at Standing Rock

Seeking Justice at Standing Rock

Women in Islam, Inc. is a signatory to an Interfaith appeal to President Barack Obama for justice at Standing Rock.  

ISNA 2016 – Our Board Members Speak

Women in Islam, Inc. Founder Aisha al-Adawiya and Board Director Noera Ayaz spoke at the ISNA convention. They discussed the topics of hospitable mosques and the Marrakesh Declaration.

ISNA Convention September 2-5, 2016 in Chicago

Dear Friends, Join Women In Islam, Inc. in Chicago at #ISNA53, #ISNA2016! Aisha Al-Adawiya and Noera Ayaz will be facilitating and speaking at two Roundtables at the ISNA convention: Saturday, Sept. 3, 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM Venue: Hyatt Regency Hotel Room: LAX The Marrakesh Declaration – A Re-Orientation Towards Madinan Ideals Sunday, Sept. 4,

Women in Islam, Inc. at the Wharton School

Here are some thoughts from Noera Ayaz, our Board Director on her visit to the Wharton School: A Day in Philadelphia. It was a great experience visiting The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in Philly. I had the opportunity to speak on a panel, “Women in Islam,” with three incredibly accomplished Muslim women,

Philadelphia: Women in Sacred Spaces Symposium

Our former Board member, Sarah Sayeed, spoke about Muslim women in the mosque. REPORT ON MUSLIM WOMEN IN SACRED SPACES SYMPOSIUM CAIR-Philadelphia When statistics show (Report from the Mosque Study Project (MSP) conducted by CAIR, ISNA, Ministry of WD Muhammad & ICNA, 2001) that only 18% of women attend mosques and that over 2/3 of

Women In Islam, Inc. Congratulates Board Member Sarah Sayeed For Her Appointment As Senior Advisor in the Community Affairs Unit in the Office of Mayor Bill De Blasio

PRESS RELEASE: MAYOR DE BLASIO APPOINTS SARAH SAYEED AS SENIOR ADVISOR TO THE COMMUNITY AFFAIRS UNIT NEW YORK—Mayor de Blasio today appointed Sarah Sayeed as a Senior Advisor in the Community Affairs Unit. Sayeed will specialize in issues related to the city’s Muslim community, coordinating with City agencies to determine how to best serve Muslim