بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
N.C. Imam Khalid Griggs visiting Denver to discuss Islam and civil rights.
In conjunction with Muslim Student Associations in Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins, ICNA Colorado (the Islamic Circle of North America in Colorado) is proud to present a variety of events to celebrate Black History Month. Imam Khalid Griggs is the Imam of the Community Mosque of Winston-Salem in North Carolina, and is a Political Science and English graduate of Howard University in Washington, D.C. Griggs has been active in the Muslim and African-American communities, and currently serves as the assistant chaplain at Wake Forest University.
Imam Griggs will be visiting different venues in a first-of-its-kind event in the Front Range areas between 19 - 21 February. These venues include CU Boulder, CSU in Fort Collins, the Islamic Center of Boulder, and Auraria campus. He will be discussing relevant and current topics such as institutional racism, Islam and social justice, as well as Islam's role in the civil rights movement.
The Muslim Student Associations and ICNA-CO invite you to join them for this celebration of diversity and intriguing topics that will be sure to provide thoughtful conversation. Refreshments will be served.
ICNA-CO is an organization concerned with disseminating pertinent information about Islam and Muslims to various groups and venues throughout Colorado.
For more information, please contact Aamer Trambu at
or call at
(855) 855-ICNA (4262).