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The Way We Were: What Does it Mean to be an ‘Ally’ in the Movement Towards Justice?
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When: February 25th
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Where: UDC David A. Clarke School of Law, Room 214
4340 Connecticut Ave. NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20008
United States

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UDC Muslim Law Student Association, UDC Black Law Students Association, and KARAMAH’s Civil Rights Division invite you to a Black History Month conversation:

The Way We Were: What does it mean to be an ‘ally’ in the movement towards justice?

Join KARAMAH’s leadership and esteemed colleagues as they explore the intersections of multiple identities and how each play a role in our collective struggle to be allies to one another. Too often, many among American Muslim communities are perpetrators of intrafaith racism, prejudice, and marginalization. Because of this situation, our community continues to be divided. Has it always been the case or is it a growing trend? Our panelists will address this question while sharing their personal and professional experiences. We invite you to be a part of the conversation as we attempt to address these systemic concerns in our shared communities.


  • Saleema Snow, KARAMAH’ s chair and associate professor of law at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law
  • Raheemah Abdulaleem, KARAMAH’s president and associate general counsel in the Executive Office of the President, Office of Administration
  • Rosieda Shabodien, program manager at World for All Foundation

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