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"Neighbor2Neighbor: Muslims in Community Life" Discussion Series

Humanities Tennessee is pleased to announce “Neighbor2Neighbor: Muslims in Community Life,” a series of public discussions that explore the experiences of Tennessee Muslims in daily and civic life. Each conversation begins with brief stories from guest participants followed by a facilitated discussion, providing the opportunity for meaningful exchange among our diverse neighbors.
All events are free and open to the public, but space is limited.  Please email to reserve a spot.
The "Neighbor2Neighbor" series is possible by generous support of the Nissan Foundation of Middle Tennessee and is presented in partnership with the Faith & Culture Center, the Muslim Women’s Council, and the Nashville International Center for Empowerment. Humanities Tennessee is pleased by the opportunity to provide an educational platform that encourages dialogue among and civic engagement of Tennesseans.