The Foundation for Ethnic Understanding (FFEU) unveils 

"Muslims Are Speaking Out"

A private screening at the home of Epic Records Chairman Antonio L.A. and Erica Reid 

Thursday evening, May 26, 2016, FFEU led by Chairman Russell Simmons and President Rabbi Marc Schneier, launched "Muslims Are Speaking Out"- a national campaign aimed at combating anti-Muslim bigotry and Islamophobia in the United States- at a private reception at the home of Epic Records Chairman Antonio L.A. and Erica Reid. 
 
The groundbreaking event was attended by FFEU supporters, ambassadors, national leaders of American Muslim, Jewish and interfaith organizations and political leaders including NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Congressman Andre Carson and others.

Rabbi Schneier thanked FFEU's supporters, the Kingdom of Bahrain, Wissam Al Mana, the Kraft Foundation and the Durst Organization for their generous support in launching the campaign.

MASO - "Muslims Are Speaking Out" is scheduled to launch nationally on June 27, 2016.


Rabbi Marc Schneier, Mayor de Blasio,
Antonio L.A. Reid and Russell Simmons

L-R: Rabia Ahmed (MPAC), Dr Syeed (ISNA), Nihad Awad (CAIR) and Daisy Khan (WISE) expressing their support of FFEU's campaign




You can find out more about the launch of the MASO campaign and view the PSA by visiting and liking the MASO FFEU Facebook page and following the FFEU Twitter using #MASO hashtag to follow the conversation at: 

Join this campaign on social media channels by sharing the MASO PSA and the upcoming videos throughout the next coming months. Help us make a difference and be heard!


Mayor Bill de Blasio addressing the gathering 

 Congressman Andre Carson (center) with Det. Michael Riomao and Officer Mohamed Amen   

LA Reid (center) and FFEU honorees Trevor Jerideau and Robert Cyruli

Ambassador of Indonesia to the United States H.E. Budi Bowoleksono
Ambassador of Azerbaijan to the United States H.E. Elin Suleymanov

Bana Hilal, FFEU Honoree 2014

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