As Salaam Alaikum,
Dear Imam's and Community leaders
With Al-Islam being a religion of peace, our greetings being a prayer for Peace, and our Religious identity, Muslim, meaning essentially one wanting, surrendering to and seeking peace with ourselves, our fellow humans, and more importantly our Creator, we are all aware of how important it is to support Nonviolent initiatives. As such:
On behalf of Black Women for Positive Change and the 2016 Week of Non-Violence, October 15-23, 2016, we invite you to:
(1) In support of this weekend, Deliver messages about Non-Violence, during your Friday, October 21, 2016, Jumah Sermon/Lecture and do the following to register our collective support nationally.
SIGN UP TODAY TO DELIVER NON-VIOLENCE MESSAGES at:
Please pass the word on to other Imams and leaders in your respective sections/regions and your networks. We are counting on your support.
2016 Week of Non-Violence Faith Leaders Task Force
Rev. Dr. Barbara Reynolds, BW4PC Chaplain
Rev. Kelvin Sauls, Sr. Pastor, Holman United Methodist Church, Calif.
Imam Talib Shareef, Head of the Nation's Mosque, WDC
Rabbi Batya Steinlauf, Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater WDC
Rev. Frank Tucker, Sr. Pastor, First Baptist Church, WDC and Facilitator, Wednesday Clergy Fellowship