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    Posted: 08 January 2018 at 2:09am
[Chicago Interfaith Symposium] Uniting Against Adversity: Recognition

Our 3rd Annual MAS Interfaith Symposium presents a diverse panel representing successful, well-established Interfaith components.

This year’s focus, we focus on uniting together against adversity.

The MAS Interfaith Symposium will recognize and award JVP (Jewish Voices for Peace) for their outstanding principles of justice for Palestinians, their Network Against Islamophobia Campaign, and their dedicated work to expose and defund the Islamophobic networks.

We especially welcome JVP Chicago for their call for JUF (Jewish United Fund) to defund Islamophobia.

The Annual MAS-ICNA Convention is one of the largest and most diverse Islamic conventions in North America.

The convention takes place in Chicago, Illinois every December during the winter holiday season.

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