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FLIP SIDE: UNPACKING MISCONCEPTIONS OF ISLAM

Wednesdays | January 3, 10 | 5 p.m. | Flip Side: Youth Unpacking Misconceptions of Islam CNY Muslim high school age youth and emerging adults are invited to come and unpack common misconceptions about Islam. YUP! Conversations guided by YOUTH about “off limit and controversial topics” will be discussed in an open non-judgemental environment. FLIP SIDE is about looking at all sides of an issue!...
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YAC | POETRY OPEN MIC | PHOTOS & HIGHLIGHTS

A diverse gathering of poets, spoken words artists, youth and community members gathered yesterday at the Thornden Park Amphitheater for Jihad by the Pen: The Self, The Soul an Open Mic Poetry event hosted by the ISCNY Youth Activities Council (YAC). Poems shared sparked conversations about identity, pressures to conform and marginalization. Other poems expressed pride in one's heritage and...
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EXPLORERS | GARDEN PLANTING PARTY

Friday | June 3 | 9am - 11:30am | Garden Planting Party A NEW adventure for the ISCNY Explorers! It's time for our annual garden planting party! This is an opportunity for Explorers to dig, plant and water a flower, fruit or veggie in the community garden next to the masjid. Explorers will learn the basics of gardening and have an opportunity to watch their plants sprout over the summer!! PI...
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POETRY WORKSHOP 2: PERFORM, LEARN, GROW

Saturday November 21 | 9:30am - 11:30am | Poetry Workshop Event: Poetry Workshop 2: Perform, Learn & Grow Guest Speaker: Vanessa Johnson Date: Saturday, November 21 Time: 9:30am – 11:30am Cost: Free Location: Dunbar Community Center Address: 1453 S State St, Syracuse, New York 13205 RSVP Contact: Sabreen Email: samere.syr.edu ON STAGE ON THE MIC: SAY WORD!!!: The Youth Activity C...
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YOUTH SPEAK: POERTY NIGHT

SATURDAY | July 25 | 5:30pm-8:30pm  ISCNY Youth Speak: Poetry Night Youth-focused and youth-led, ISCNY Youth Speak: Poetry Night is a monthly series that features student poets & spoken word artists from the Islamic Society of Central New York community.  Middle school and high school students are encouraged to come share their voice in an Islamic, supportive, fun and artistic atmosphere. ...
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