Television and television programming are a prime source of entertainment, especially for young people. With today's plethora of channels and programs, it is critical to manage teleivsion viewing, especially for our youth, since there is so much harmful content, along with some good. These are 21 suggested ways you can do that.
The prom is held annually to celebrate the completion of high school. It usually takes place in May. In some schools, there is a junior (after grade 11) and a senior prom (after grade 12). In others, it is only held at the end of twelfth grad.
You've resigned yourself to the fact that you aren't going to the prom. It took a lot of heated discussion with your parents and Muslim friends, but you've finally made that decision: you're not going. If only it were that easy.
I’ve decided to take up the challenge.The last week of April or the first week of May usually marks the TV Turn-off week (now known as Screen-Free week), and I'll be participating this year. Here are my three main reasons why.
Life without your favorite television program may seem dull and boring, but it doesn't have to be. You can find alternatives, as well promote healthier activities in real life. This brief guide offers some ideas on how to to do that.
Sound Vision aims to produce content that helps build bridges of understanding among Muslims and their neighbors, with emphasis on youth.
Sound Vision would like to see Muslims achieve their full potential as dynamic and creative individuals, who are comfortable with themselves and their environment.
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Radio Islam is America's only live daily Muslim radio talk show that provides a two-way conversation on the air with Muslims and their neighbors in the Chicagoland area.
MuslimFest is an award-winning annual festival celebrating the best in Muslim art, culture, and entertainment, attended by 25,000 visitors in Toronto, Canada, every year.
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.
One America Coalition, includes groups like the ACLU, Daily Kos, J Street, Voto Latino, Color of Change, Sound Vision, Charter for Compassion, the Interfaith Center of New York, among 50 other civil liberties and interfaith organizations.