Asra Nomani pinpointed radical Islam and lack of women’s rights as an urgent issue on Tuesday, March 7. She also discussed her vote for Donald Trump and various translations of the Quran.
In celebration of Black History Month, the Islamic Community highlighted African American Muslims’ role in the Civil Rights Movement.
After the silent vigil, participants marched to the court house to deliver letters of staunch opposition to lawmakers.
Asma Afsaruddin discussed inclusive language of religion and spirituality in the the Qur’an.
Former chief speech writer, Marc Thiessen, gave his lecture “America’s Failed Response to Radical Islam” on Monday, March 23. He discussed the three choices that caused the increase in Islamic terrorism, why their was government inaction, and how the Islamic state could be defeated. The lecture was followed by a Q&A.
On Monday March 23 at 7 p.m. in the Toyota Auditorium of the Howard Baker Center, Marc Thiessen will be holding a lecture called “America’s Failed Response to Radical Islam.” There is no cost to attend. The lecture is hosted by UT’s Young Americans for Freedom.