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Muslim Voices - Celebrating a City's Heritage

The long and rich history of Muslim life in Newark, New Jersey’s largest city, will be the focus of a program of short films, readings and performances to be presented by professional artists and students on December 3 at the Newark Museum from 1 – 4 p.m. 

The NJIT community is invited to share the experience of Muslim Voices, which will be complemented by inspiring visual art, at the Newark Museum’s Billy Johnson Auditorium located at 49 Washington Street in Newark.

Admission is free but attendees must register prior to the event at:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/muslim-voices-tickets-27216910512

Muslim Voices is curated and directed by Zain Abdullah, Temple University Professor of Islamic Studies, and co-sponsored by the Newark 350 Celebration, the Newark Museum, the African American and African Studies Department of Rutgers-Newark, and NJIT Theatre Arts and Technology with the Rutgers/NJIT Theatre Arts Program.