Students are routinely exposed in their classroom to new information and opinions, hence they tend to be more receptive to other beliefs and ideas. Bridges of understanding built and the friendships formed during the school years can go long way in achieving respect for all faith and cultures.
As long as our children are in the public school, Islamic education will take a back seat. However, we must do everything we can to minimize the harm of the public schools and to maximize the opportunities for Islamic education.
Many Muslim families debate whether to send their children to public schools or Islamic schools. Whichever the parents choose for their children, parents must always remember that they must do their best to guide them.
There may be many textbooks in circulation which are used throughout the United States that have inaccurate or inadequate information on Islam and the history of Muslims. In order to address this problem, concerned Muslims must take the responsibility of providing correct information to their local schools and districts.
Participation in school boards or their meetings give Muslim parents the opportunity to influence and represent the needs of Muslim kids in more schools. Students can also make demands that are within reasonable limits, which do not infringe on others' rights.
Cultivate harmony among neighbors through art, media, strategic communication, and education.
The vision of Sound Vision is to establish peace, justice, fairness, and equity in the world.
Follow us on social media
It airs on Galaxy 19 Satellite, Amazon FireTV, Roku, Apple TV and social media. The network emerged from the daily show Radio Islam, which aired on WCEV 1450 AM in Chicago for 20 years.
MuslimFest is an award winning one to three-day arts festival which has been taking place for the last 17 years in seven cities across North America attracting 500 to 60,000 people.
Adam's World is a series of videos featuring two Muslim puppets, Adam and his sister Aneesah. Adam's World has been a source of creative Islamic education for thousands of young Muslims growing up in North America and Europe.