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City officials, advocates make last census push

City officials, advocates make last census push

With two weeks left before the U.S. Census Bureau ends counting efforts on September 30, local officials and community advocates are making one last push for all residents to fill out the census. Last Wednesday on the steps of Brooklyn Borough Hall, census organizers...
More Good News From San Gabriel City

More Good News From San Gabriel City

The Mosque of San Gabriel sits back from the street so it’s easy to miss as you drive along Las Tunas. Originally a house, the congregation purchased it in 1984, and received their license in 1987. Approximately 200 members come from San Gabriel, Alhambra, Rosemead,...
WhyIslam hosts 1st inter'tl virtual Hispanic Muslim conf.

WhyIslam hosts 1st inter'tl virtual Hispanic Muslim conf.

(April 18-19, 2020) WhyIslam made history by hosting their first ever virtual international Hispanic Muslim conference through the WhyIslam, ¿Por qué Islam? (WhyIslam Spanish) and Foro Islámico Global Facebook pages, as well as the 877-WhyIslam YouTube channel. “La...
At Manhattan mosque, an imam eases a pandemic’s grief

At Manhattan mosque, an imam eases a pandemic’s grief

NEW YORK (RNS) — Imam Saad Jalloh, the spiritual leader of the Islamic Cultural Center of New York, one of Manhattan’s largest mosques, is a familiar voice to thousands of Muslims across the city. Lately he’s also become a familiar voice to the staff at local...