The Mosque in Morgantown: Issues Facing Islam in America

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies Matinee: 2nd Sundays @ Federal Way Library
2:00 PM, Sunday, August 11, 2019
Location: Federal Way (click for map)

This film follows Muslim writer and activist Asra Nomani as she attempts to bring more progressive ideas around gender and tradition to her hometown mosque in West Virginia. A discussion led by a representative from the Council on American-Islamic Relations will immediately follow the film screening.

“The Mosque in Morgantown” is part of the program, Meaningful Movies Matinee, a social justice documentary film and discussion series aimed at educating and engaging the Federal Way community every second Sunday.

Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Federal Way Libraries.

Release Year: 2009

Running Time: 77

Director: Brittany Huckabee

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