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One half- to one million Southern Californians identify as Muslim. What does that mean in day-to-day practice? Which mosques they attend… how they observe Ramadan… where they’ve lived/been… which paths they’ve followed, left, or made for themselves: these are just some of the things that reveal how vast the Muslim American identity spectrum really is.
On Tuesday, August 28th, KPCC’s Crawford Family Forum goes on the road with “Muslim American Identities”, an evening program at the Cerritos Public Library. This forum, moderated by KPCC’s Ruxandra Guidi, will feature a diverse panel of Muslim Americans with some spiritual roots in the Southland. We’ll also invite attendees to get involved in the conversation through question, answer, and comment at different points in the program.
Location: Cerritos Public Library, Skyline Room: 18025 Bloomfield Avenue Cerritos, CA 90703
Admission is FREE, but RSVPs are required.