CC Upcoming Events
Building Inclusive Communities: Engaging our Muslim Neighbors
All-day conference with educators, law-enforcement, religious clergy and social service providers. Pictures here
Charlie Hebdo: Is Your Free Speech My Hate Speech?
April 17, 2:30pm, Amherst, MA
Dr. Muqtedar Khan, Dr. David Mednicoff and Mr. Raza Rumi
Hosted by: University of Massachusetts Amherst. Details here
Critical Connections is an independent organization based in western Massachusetts committed to building resilient communities through dialogue, analysis, and outreach. Over the past decade, social, political and religious turmoil in the Muslim world, U.S. government involvement in and around Muslim-majority countries, and media coverage have dramatically increased misperceptions about Muslims and Islam among ordinary Americans. Critical Connections seeks to reverse this trend by promoting greater understanding of the Muslim world and by strengthening Muslim communities here in the U.S. and internationally.
Addressing divides between American-Muslims and society at large. Read more
Strengthening Muslim communities in the U.S. and internationally.
Engaging elementary school-age children in joint community service projects. Read more