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Check Out What WISE Has Been Up To

    Nov.11, 2015 - 
Queens, NY
Nov. 18, 2015 - 
Cleveland, OH

Nov. 22, 2015 - New York, NY
Executive Director Daisy Khan speaks at
The Center for Ethnic, Racial, and Religious Understanding's
fourth annual Innovation Exchange during their panel "Muslims, Jews, and Catholics: Standing Together Against Climate Change."
Daisy Khan travels to Cleveland, OH to lecture on Islam, ISIS, and WISE's forthcoming
Community Guide on Preventing Extremism. The lecture was hosted by
Rev. Joan Allen Campbell and addressed the advantages of non-Muslims reading the Qur'an and how ISIS, not Islam, is the problem. 

Daisy Khan speaks during the "Twinning" Event at
The Brotherhood Synagogue. The interfaith event brings together New York's Muslim and Jewish Communities to focus on the theme "Muslims and Jews Standing Up for the Other."

Dec. 1, 2015 - 
New York, NY
Daisy Khan, along with five other WISE women, joined in BBC's third annual #100Women global conversation on the role of women in today's society. They discussed topics such as quotas for women in boardrooms, the 'ideal woman,' and the pressures women face in their daily lives. A very special thanks to Alexandra Ben Othman, Lily Alavi, Sarah Khan , and Sana Sayed for joining us!

Dec. 3, 2015 -
New York, NY
Daisy Khan speaks at
The United Nations discussion, "Religious Pluralism and Tolerance: The Bahrain Model." The event focused on effective ways of promoting religious acceptance and tolerant ideology in order to create the right conditions to enhance religious pluralism and tolerance in other Islamic countries. 

WISE in the Media
"We Are the United States of America, not the Divided States of America"
Daisy Khan responds to Donald Trump's proposed ban on Muslim entering the U.S. on CNN's This Hour with Kate Bolduan.        

"When you label an entire

community by the actions of a few, all you do is lump everyone together"


Daisy Khan discusses the impact of religion on our lives with Interfaith leaders on ABC's The View.                                                                        


"These are people who are distorting the teachings of Islam to further their own political agenda"
Daisy Khan speaks with Al Jazeera America's Ali Velshi on the Muslim Community's efforts to prevent extremism.

"Americans are not against us. We are Americans" 
Daisy Khan reacts to Donld Trump's proposed ban on Muslims entering the U.S. with MSNBC's Kate Snow.