How much does your congregation know about everyday Muslim life? Can this be the beginning of bridging religious divides in your community?
Call to Action
Abraham’s Children tells the story of ten New York City children. Through daily routines and experiences the film examines stereotypes of race and religion and reveals the perceived lack of Muslim role models in America.
Abraham’s Children can help your community:
•Understand Islam and what everyday Muslim life looks like for many Muslims today in the United States, building religious bridges within your local community.
•Create a screening for youth in your community and talk about growing up in a culture with religious diversity.
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Auburn recommends The American Society for Muslim Advancement (ASMA) to learn more about bridging religious divides between Muslims and non-Muslims in America. Click here for more.
Abraham’s Children, 2010
Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world and in America. Every 10th child in the New York School system is Muslim. Abraham’s Children tells the stories of some of these children through their own voices. Through daily routines and experiences the film examines
stereotypes of race and religion. Abraham’s Children document recent shifts in how Muslim religion and culture are viewed from the outside and that there is perceived lack of Muslim role models in America.
This film is currently not available for purchase but is screening across the United States. Interested in seeing the film or taking a group to a screening? Click here for more information.