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A Prince Among Slaves: Black History, Muslim History

  • Hillman City Collaboratory 5623 Rainier Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98118 United States (map)

Join Wasat and cohosts for the 1-hour documentary film "A Prince Among Slaves" and a guided conversation with the film as a starting point, led by local African American Muslim community leaders. Check out the facebook event here. More information about the film here.

What: Film screening, panel-led discussion, with light snacks and non-alcoholic drinks

Who: Curious, open-minded people of all ages* looking to deepen their understanding of Black history and the American Muslim experience. 
Hillman City Collaboratory is accessible to those with mobility assistance devices. Language interpretation is not available.

How: RSVP here or email to RSVP or with questions. Metro bus #7 and #9 stop within a block of the venue, and the Sound Transit light rail stops about 8 blocks away. Nearby street parking is free, but limited.

Why: Wasat seeks to explore Islam and the American Muslim experience through art, love, and learning. While admission to this event is free, donations are welcome and proceeds will establish our scholarship fund to help local community members attend the 2018 Black American Muslim Conference.

Cosponsors: Al Islam Center, Hillman City Collaboratory, Valley and Mountain Fellowship

*As with any story of slavery, the film contains violent scenes that may not be appropriate for young children

Earlier Event: February 14
Being Muslim Class
Later Event: February 21
Being Muslim Class