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  • Emgage Foundation Pennsylvania Chapter Executive Director

    January 8, 2018

    Organization Profile Emgage Foundation is a non-profit civic engagement organization that works to increase the civic and political participation of minority communities with a focus on the Muslim, South Asian and Arab American (MASA) communities. Resumes:  “AMughees@emgageusa.org“ Job Title:  Executive Director Date  January 1, 2018 Location: Greater Philadelphia Area SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS: Responsible for leading and managing

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  • Emgage Foundation Florida Chapter Executive Director

    January 5, 2018

    Organization Profile Emgage Foundation is a non-profit civic engagement organization that works to increase the civic and political participation of minority communities with a focus on the Muslim, South Asian and Arab American (MASA) communities. Resumes:  employment@emgageusa.org Job Title:  Executive Director  Date  January 1, 2018 Job Description: Florida Chapter Executive Director SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS: Responsible for

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  • Emgaging in a year of resilience: a note from our CEO

    December 27, 2017

    Dear Friends, As the year draws to an end, and despite the numerous challenges we have faced as people of conscience, compassion, and justice, I am still filled with hope for what we can do together in the New Year. From the Muslim Ban, to undermining the middle class, to abandoning our global leadership, I

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  • Engaging for Human Rights with Senator Nelson’s Office

    December 22, 2017

    Emgage Florida met with Senator Nelson’s Florida Regional Director, Helen Miller and shared our concerns for the human rights violations against both the Rohingya Muslims and Palestinian children. Human rights is not a political issue and the U.S. must maintain its position as a global leader in upholding justice and dignity for all.  As Americans and as

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  • Texas Candidates Start Submitting Names in for the Primary Ballot

    December 22, 2017

    On December 11th, candidates in Texas made it official by submitting their names to be put on the March 6th primary ballot. A look at the candidate list indicates a possibly drastic changing political landscape after 2018. Eight of 36 members of the Texas Congressional House Delegation will retire leaving their seat open to long lists of

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  • Michigan Continues to Build Bridges

    December 22, 2017

    On Monday, December 18, Emgage MI led a coalition dinner that brought together the Muslim American community,  and the Chaldean and Assyrian American communities. With a history of conflict in Iraq, the historical relationships between the communities have not been any better here at home. However, with recent ICE raids affecting both communities, common ground

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  • Pennsylvania Discusses Criminal Justice Reform

    December 22, 2017

    Emgage Pennsylvania came together with community leaders, faith leaders, and state legislators to discuss criminal justice reform at a community roundtable in Pittsburgh. The session was hosted by State Sens. Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia) and Stewart J. Greenleaf (R-Montgomery/Bucks). Sen. Street, the first Muslim State Senator in PA history, said “We spend staggering amounts of money to incarcerate

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  • The Fight Against Islamophobia and Bigotry Won Yesterday!

    December 13, 2017

    We are thrilled to see that Roy Moore defeated in yesterday’s Alabama Senate race. This is a man who has exhibited extreme bigotry, poor character, and outrageous behavior throughout his career. In 2006 when Keith Ellison became the first Muslim US congressman, Moore wrote an op-ed titled “Muslim Ellison should not sit in Congress” Moore

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  • Florida Mobilizes Community to Protect the Rohingya

    December 7, 2017

    Emgage Florida has organized meetings with numerous congressional offices throughout the sunshine state to discuss the ongoing ethnic cleansing that is taking place in Myanmar against the Rohingya. We are asking for help from our constituents; firstly, to attend these congressional meetings and share your perspective and secondly, continue engaging after the meeting by contacting Congress to voice your

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