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Ten years of Activism and the Road Ahead

by iamcadmin on November 30, 2012

The Keynote Speaker for the evening will be Dr. Angana Chatterji
Angana P. Chatterji is an anthropologist and historian of the present. Her work as a scholar and advocate focuses on human rights and cultural survival in enabling vibrant and participatory democracy.

We are making arrangement for babysitting at the venue and there will be a light entertainment program for the enjoyment of families and younger generation.

Venue: Lal Qila Restaurant, Security Mall, Baltimore, MD 21244
Date: Saturday, December 22, 2012
Time: 6:00 P.M. Ticket Price: $15


What: Reflections on the 10 year struggle for Justice
When: Saturday June 23rd, 2012 at 7pm
Where: Masjid Fatima,
1928 Power Lane, Catonsville, MD 21228.


Father Cedric Prakash, a jesuit priest, well known activist and an un-relenting voice of the Gujarat victims is on a multi-city US tour. IAMC invited Fr.Prakash on an awareness campaign to present his perspectives from India on how justice has eluded the victims even after 10 years.
Please come to this event with your families for an evening of reflection. There is comfortable seating for men and women in the Masjid and dinner will be served after the program.
For more details contact:
Masjid Fatima
(410) 800 4880
Indian American Muslim Council



IAMC-MD annual picnic 2012

April 22, 2012

All are invited to the annual PICNIC Date : Saturday – MAY 12, 2012 1:00pm to 6:00pm Location : Patapsco Valley State Park ( Pickall Area) shelter # 704 Contacts: Farhat #410-935-3354, Saleem #410-369-6590, Altaf #410-369-8801 Come and Enjoy,Lot of food, games for all, swing &slide in the park. NOTE: There will be $2.00 fee […]

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Candle Light Vigil in Wash-DC on Gujarat Genocide 10th Year Anniversary‏

February 29, 2012

Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC) invites you to a candle light vigil in observance of the 10th year anniversary of anti-Muslim riots in Gujarat (India), and the continued sufferings, displacements and denial of justice for victims. Members of Maryland, Virginia and Washington Metro communities are invited to attend the event to express their solidarity and […]

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Against All Odds: Struggling to Stay in the Mainstream

November 27, 2011

  You are cordially invited to the Annual Fundraising Dinner of the Maryland/Virginia Chapter of IAMC on “Against All Odds: Struggling to Stay in the Mainstream” is theme of the event. The Keynote Speaker : Dr. Abusaleh ShariffChief Economist and co-author of the Sachar Committee Report on Socio-Economic Status of Muslims in India Date: On […]

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Brunch Meeting With Manisha Sethi

September 13, 2011

Extra-judicial Encounters! Instant Justice by Police and Sensational Trial by Media.   When: Saturday, Sep 17th, 2011 Time: 10:00 am- 12:30 pm Where: Islamic Society of Baltimore 6631 Johnnycake Rd Baltimore, MD 21244 RSVP Dr. Manisha Sethi is the President of Jamia Teachers’ Solidarity Association (JTSA) and an Asst. Professor at the Centre for […]

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IAMC Maryland Eid Party 2011

August 29, 2011

Assalamualaykum, We are excited to invite you and your family to celebrate EID-ul-Fitr with us at the Islamic Society of Baltimore (ISB) at 6pm. IAMC Maryland Eid Party WHEN: On the day of Eid (as announced by ISB) at 6:00 PM WHERE: Islamic Society of Baltimore (ISB) 6631 Johnnycake Road, Baltimore, MD 21244 To Register: Please reply or […]

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Harsh Dobhal Lecture on “Muslims and the Criminal Justice System in India”

July 20, 2011

The over-representation of Muslims in jails and the criminal justice system in India is a well-known but under-reported problem. Whether it is the result of profiling by law enforcement or the lack of legal representation for Muslims? Or is it a reflection on societal problems in dealing with class and religion? In anycase, there is […]

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IAMC Rejuvenates Indian American Families Across Maryland and Virginia

May 22, 2011

The Indian American Muslim Community in the Baltimore Area was energized by a cookout and picnic organized by the Maryland-Virginia Chapter of Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC) at the Patapsco Valley State Park on 21st of May, 2011. Fortunately it was a nice weather on that day. More than 100 Indian American Families comprising of […]

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IAMC Maryland Annual Dinner Dec 11, 2010

December 1, 2010

Empowering People and Communities Impact of Community Media in the Digital Age F E A T U R I N G KASHIF-UL-HUDA, founding editor of Kashif will provide stories of how media advocacy is successfull in challenging the stereotypical images of Muslims, to wake up sleeping beaurocrats and even force Home Ministry to clear youth […]

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