Bent Hall Rm. 101A, Queens Campus
Host: Syed S. Uddin-Ahmed
Join us November 18th for a special event on growing up in America
Post 9/11. We will view Sharukh Khan's "My Name Is Khan," an
award winning film about an inter-faith couple dealing with an ever
changing American society after the tragic events of 9/11.
This will lead to a productive discussion on issues of race,
identity, assimilation, and living in an environment that has
become hostile to people of minority backgrounds. As we live
in an increasingly polarizing society, the event is an opportunity
for serious cultural and intellectual exchange. In the spirit
of humanity, compassion, and harmony, this is our humble attempt to
do what M.K Gandhi stated, to "Be the change you want to see."
All are cordially invited to attend; please feel free to bring
friends! Food will be served.
Date: Friday, November 18th,
Time: 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Bent Hall Rm. 101A, Queens
Gabrielle K.N. Crichlow