Muslim Capitol Days and helped welcome a group Taiwanese Christians to their tour of the Islamic
Center of America.
We thank you for your prayers during this holy month of Ramadan and welcome your consideration of including the Roundtable as part of your Ramadan giving. During this time of increased hate, we continue to stand up for the rights of Muslims and all people in Michigan.
We are grateful to Dr. Mahmoud Al-Hadidi of the Stockbridge Foundation and the Michigan Muslim Community Council sponsored an Interfaith Iftar to benefit the Michigan Roundtable on May 21st at the Muslim Unity Center. The event was hosted by Dr. Muzammil Ahmed, Bushra Alawie, Imam Mohamed Almasmari, Dr. Yahya Basha, Sam Fogleman, Dr. Mahmood and Annette Hai, Dr. Ghulam Qadir, Quaid Saifee, Dr. Jukaku Tayeb, and the Jewish Community Relations Council/AJC. (Program book from Interfaith Iftar)
Thank you for considering a donation to the Michigan Roundtable during the remaining days of this Holy Month of Ramadan, which you can do by making an online contribution below, by calling us with you credit card information at (313) 300-8834 or by making a check out to the “Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion” and mailing it to:
This past year has found the Roundtable continuing to speak against hate while helping the community come to know their Muslim neighbors. A core part of the work of the Roundtable is the exploration of the origins of hate experienced by people of color who are not Christian, which is steeped deeply in individuals and systems in Michigan. Last month we were honored to be a part of the
This is the fifth consecutive Ramadan Appeal, begun by our former board chair and dear colleague, Ghalib Begg.
During the 78 years, the Roundtable has been standing against harm to our neighbors because of their religion, race or other identities, we have enjoyed a long history with the Muslim community.
"Seeking Justice Together"
“O you who have believed, be persistently standing firm for Allah, witnesses in justice, and do not let the hatred of a people prevent you from being just. Be just; that is nearer to righteousness.” (5:8)
Welcome to the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion 2019 Ramadan Appeal homepage.
Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion
3031 W. Grand Blvd
Suite 525 New Center One Building
Detroit, MI 48202
We are grateful to the following friends of the Roundtable who recorded the following brief endorsements:
Message from Quaid Saifee
Message from Tim Attalla
Message from Shaykh Mohamed Almasmari
Message from Dr. Yahya Basha
Message from Loren & Yasir Khogali
Message from Dr. Mahmood and Annette Hai