WHAT: CAIR-Houston along with the MAS-Freedom Foundation, League of United
Latin American Citizens (LULAC), and others invites you to glimpse into the
history of this struggle, and learn from the experience of our brothers in
humanity, as we look into the civil rights struggles of our fellow
Americans to reflect and learn.
This event is entitled “Unity, Diversity and Wisdom” in honor of Black
History Month. We invite you to take a glimpse into the history of this
important struggle. This proactive educational endeavor will be geared
towards raising awareness and educating our community of the steps we can
take to help make our country a better place.
WHEN: Feb. 5th, 2005 2 to 4:30pm
WHERE: Islamic Dawah Center, located at 202 Main Street.
WHO: Confirmed Key Note Speakers: Johnny Mata (President of LULAC-Houston);
Mahdi Bray (Executive Director of MAS Freedom Foundation); and Marvin
Mohammed (Houston Masjid of Islam).
LUNCH: Available for RSVP’s only. RSVP’s must be made no later than Feb. 2nd, 2005
This program is open and free to the public and members of the media are
expected. For reservations email email@example.com subject “Honorable
Past, Noble Future” or for more information please visit the CAIR-Houston
web site www.cairhouston.org or call 713-838-CAIR (2247).