Islam and Democracy During Global Transitions

ASU Daisy Khan, Islam and Democracy Lecture -  Council for Arabic and Islamic Studies
Lecture Series featuring

Daisy Khan

Founder and Executive Director,

Women’s Islamic Initiative in Spirituality and Equality (WISE)

Moderated by Dr. Souad T. Ali, CAIS Founding Chair
Free & open to all ASU students, staff, faculty, & the public

Brown bag; attendees may bring their lunch

Daisy Khan will discuss the changes that global transitions such as violence, instability, migration, and both a growing Muslim population and Islamophobia have on Islam and democracy.

Followed by

Free Speech and Interfaith Interactions at College Communities: an ASU student leader training

Limited seating for student leader training; register by Monday, April 18.

Through this student leader training, participants will be equipped with the background knowledge and practical skills to become more effective leaders within their college community and within the greater Muslim community when dealing with the challenges and opportunities of free speech and interfaith dialogue.

Dr. Souad T. Ali, Chair
Council for Arabic and Islamic Studies
ASU Tempe Campus, West Hall, Room 135