TX Muslim Government Ambassador Program

Give a Voice to Muslims in the Government The Ambassador program is based on the Seerah (Life History) of the Prophet Muhammad (May Peace be Upon Him). During his life Muhammad (May Peace be Upon Him) would send Muslim Ambassadors to represent Islam and the Muslim community to the rulers in Persia, Rome, and Africa. These Ambassadors would speak about Islam, represent the Muslim community, and build relationships. Today, sadly few American Muslims ever meet their elected officials. Even though we live in a Representative Democratic society which is built on people in power having relationships with their constituents. Many…

Young Muslim Poetry Slam

The Young Muslim Leadership Council (YMLC), the youth arm of CAIR-TX CN, hosts its first-ever "Poetry Slam" this Saturday, March 27th, 2021, at 11:00 A.M. Join us virtually to listen to various poets perform. We believe that poetry and spoken word are important means to share powerful messages and create change. This event is free, but registration is required. The first place poet will win a prize. Click Here to Register for the Poetry Slam as a Guest or a Poet As an audience member, you will help judge who the winner is. If you have any questions, please contact…

Race and the Death Penalty Conference

RACE AND THE DEATH PENALTY CONFERENCE January 23, 2021 11:30am – 1:00pm 11:30am – 11:45am             Welcome and Introductions – Mustafaa Carroll, Moderator  11:45am – 11:50am             Overview of the Death Penalty in the USA Dr. Rick Halperin began teaching human rights courses in 1990 in the William P. Clements Department of History. After being chosen as Director of the new Embrey Human Rights Program, he began overseeing its academic program, planning its public events, and developing a wide array of human rights focused trips. Halperin has held many leadership positions in human rights and social justice organizations. During his…