Ramadan Without Hunger 2017

June 6, 2017

Ramadan Mubarak ‎ رمضان مبارك  السلام عليكم ورحمة الله – Peace. I pray that this finds you and yours in the best health and Iman/faith. 
In September 2001, Rev. Graylan Hagler and I joined together to feed over 100 homeless woman nightly in the month of Ramadan. Since that time we have advocated to support this much-needed program in DC. Please join me as we support Thrive DC and the homeless women’s dinner program this Ramadan.  
Here is how you, your family and your community can help:

Donate: Fresh fresh fruits, vegetables, dried goods and hygiene kits for men and women and deliver them to ThriveDC.

Volunteer: Take the orientation and schedule a date to prepare and serve dinner to homeless women. info@thrivedc.org

Financial Support: Make a cash donation to help ThriveDC help our neighbors Thrive.

Thrive DC 1525 Newton Street, NW (Church Basement) Washington, DC  20010 202-737-9311

 السلام عليكم ورحمة الله – Peace be upon you, May Allah accept our fasting and prayers

Imam Johari Abdul-Malik (Ibn Seale)
Director of Outreach, Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center

202-345-5233

http://www.imamjohari.wordpress.com

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DC Muslims Sponsor Ramadan Without Hunger

June 4, 2017

Ramadan Mubarak ‎ رمضان مبارك

Join us as we share Iftar with 150 families residing at the DC Family Shelter.  The Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center in partnership with The Muslim Advocacy Commission of Wash, DC and the Department of Youth and Rehabilitative Services will be hosting “Ramadan Without Hunger” event.

Monday, June 19th 2017 at 7pm.

Family Shelter 2603 Naylor Rd SE, Washington, DC 


This is the same DC family shelter that received the White House playground set from President Obama and his family. 

We will serve dinner to families at 7pm, break our fast at 8:35pm, pray and have our dinner (picnic-style weather permitting).  Please bring your family and friends, a blanket and a prayer rug.

After feeding those families next stop 

Budget Motor Inn on New York Ave, NE


Help us to bring some spiritual light to this day of fasting.

For more info:

imamjohari@gmail.com or outreach@daralhijrah.org

202-345-5233

Last Ramadan’s Program

https://hijrah.org/read-the-washington-post-article-on-dar-al-hijrah/

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One Nation

March 18, 2017

https://www.facebook.com/10154654522331725?story_fbid=10154654522331725&id=527121724

 


Quran Exhibit

January 17, 2017

http://www.asia.si.edu/exhibitions/current/art-of-the-quran/default.php


Remembering Dr King-A Season of Resistance

January 12, 2017

Join us as we remember Dr Martin Luther King In A Season of Resistance

Friday, Jan 13th

Jumah: Dar Al-Hijrah 1:30 United We Stand! Law Enforcement standing against Hate Crimes and intimidation: Imam Johari Abdul-Malik

WHC – MLK Dinner: Moral Revival with Rev Barber
5:00pm Washington Hebrew Congregation
Macomb St, NW, Washington, DC

Sat, Jan 14
11:00 Interfaith: National Day of Action for Immigrants and Refugees
1518 M St. NW.
Metropolitan AME Church
Washington, DC

Sun, Jan 15
11:00 WHC Day of Service
Macomb St, NW
Washington, DC


Support Blackamerican Muslim in the Arts

July 16, 2016

Our sister  Nsenga Knight is leading the way.  She deserves our support. Read On and Write On….your donation.

I hope that this email reaches you in good health and high spirits! If you’ve been following my work and art career you may know that I have been doing a lot of exhibitions lately and have some really exciting opportunities on the horizon including an exhibition this fall at the Drawing Center – a museum in downtown Manhattan dedicated to the medium of drawing, and the Author Ross Gallery at UPenn this fall among other. I’ll send info and invites for those as the dates approach and I hope that you can attend some of my opening receptions. I’m writing you today about an exciting project that I am creating this summer (inshaAllah/God willing) in hopes that you will support my work and become a collector and steward of my art. This summer I have the unique opportunity to develop a special fine art print series based on Other Stars Don’t Behave So, one of my most popular drawings (20 x 30 inches). The drawing is inspired a rendering by Al Baruni – the 10th century Iranian Muslim Astronomer and anthropologist describing the moon cycle and includes graphic elements in the tradition of Islamic geometrical art and many other abstract art traditions found in nomadic cultures. The series reminds us of the our connection to the cosmos, our Creator, and all people. To create the Other Stars Don’t Behave So print series (which will be 3 different prints in a limited edition of 20 prints) I will be working with Brian Garner, a renowned Tamarind Institute trained master printmaker at Supergraphic in Durham, NC. The print series includes etching and lithography, costs $3000 to develop and will take a full week working with Brian @ $500/ day plus all the material costs for the project. Any amount that you contribute is appreciated. I’m interested in you collecting my work, so I am offering you a print from the Other Stars Don’t Behave So series for each day @$500/ day that you are able to sponsor the project.  
We will be prepared to start working in the last week of July so I am seeking to have all of the funds needed for the project before July 20th. If you are able to do so, I can accept your contributions to the Other Stars Don’t Behave So print series via my PayPal account using PayPal.Me/NsengaKnight or by mail (1438 Newcastle Rd #A2 Durham, NC 27704).
Thank you so much for considering to support my work. Your support will mean so much for me and the development of my creative work. Please feel free to share this email with other people you know who may be interested in contributing to this project. A photo of the Other Stars Don’t Behave So drawing is below. I can be reached at (917) 327 – 0969 if you’d like to chat about anything.
With love,
Nsenga
P.S. Please enjoy the links I’ve included in this email which give you lots of artistic info.
http://www.nsengaknight.com


Help Us Name New Muslim Section of Northern Virginia Cemetery

July 16, 2016