We live in a time where many of the images we see about Islam are ugly: terrorism, poverty, intolerance, fear, war. These
We live in a time where many of the images we see about Islam are ugly: terrorism, poverty, intolerance, fear, war. These are all common practices we see linked to a faith of Islam and to the Muslims. Very rarely we see Islam connected with something beautiful or being recognized as a beautiful faith itself. This is urgent call to all people of faith to come and seek understanding and let this month be a gate to seek understanding and cooperation.
This is an invitation to ignore what the media has told you, and come and hear the truth about Islam and Muslims. All are welcome, young, old, black, white, Arab, American. It is an open invitation to all mankind of all times.
About Theresa Corbin:
A Feminist who converted to Islam, Red-blooded” American feminist Theresa Corbin converted to Islam in November 2001, two months after 9/11. She holds a degree from the University of South Alabama in (English) she is a New Orleans native, a writer, an up-cycler, a Creole American. She is the founder of Islamwich and contributor to Aquila-Style.com, OnIslam.net and several publications with in the Gulf Coast Newspaper group. Her latest article appeared on CNN “I am a feminist and I converted to Islam”.
A convert of 13 years, she has spent a great deal of time studying Islamic thought and sectarianism. Corbin feels it is time to stop differentiating based on culture and sect and time to start focusing on similarities and cooperation.
R.S.V.P @ https://open-invitation.
(Saturday) 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Germantown Performing Arts Center (GPAC)
1801 Exeter Road, Germantown, TN