Iftar in the Streets

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This year, it’s more important than ever to be unapologetic about what we stand for as Muslims: justice, community, and a fair society.

That’s why we’re bringing back our #IftarInTheStreets campaign—where we use the tradition of breaking bread together to publicly stand in solidarity with our (Muslim and non-Muslim ally) communities.

2018 has been a challenging year for Muslim communities in the U.S.—but we’ve stood up and faced each one of those challenges. That’s the spirit behind Iftar in the Streets—resistance and celebration of the things that bring us together.

If you’re ready to stand in solidarity with our communities by being “in the streets”—adhering to the Prophetic tradition of acting and speaking out loudly for justice, join us!

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Check out our Iftar in the Streets Event in NYC last year:

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Kifah Stone
Kifah Stone

Kifah Shah is MPower Change’s Digital Campaign Manager. She grew up in Southern California and has been organizing since she was 15. She has worked for the Asian Law Caucus, Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice, Unite HERE! Local 11, and UC Berkeley’s Multicultural Community Center. Kifah also worked abroad in Europe at the Migration Policy Group on issues related in migration, as well as in Pakistan at the Aman Foundation/USAID on issues of health, education, and economic empowerment. She is currently a TED Resident and on the Board of Trustees for MSA West. Kifah holds a Masters in Public Administration (Economic Policy) from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor of Arts in Ethnic Studies from U.C. Berkeley.

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