March 8th - 12th 2021

Join us at our daily live, interactive Virtual Booth and featured Keynote Lecture each day.

Daily Schedule

Abdullah Al-Andalusi

Islam’s “Theory” of Everything

What is the only possible theory that explains the realities of the universe as we know it? Why do Muslims claim that Islam is the whole and absolute truth? And how can such a claim be made? Join us for a step by step walk through of the Islamic “Theory” of everything.​

Virtual Booth Sessions

Sheikh Mohamed Yaffa

Islamophobia Unchecked

We are all collateral damage of unchecked Islamophobia in action. This societal ill does not only impact the Muslim community. Rather, Islamophobic rhetoric and actions are responsible for widespread systemic harm to the stability and wellness of individuals, families, and entire communities. When understood in its true form, Islam offers viable solutions to issues rampant within today’s society. Unfortunately, Islamophobia itself prevents the elevation of Muslim voices and Islamic ideas. Join us for a riveting lecture that will offer a truly Islamic response to the rise and proliferation of this phenomenon.

Virtual Booth Sessions

Dr Abdullah Hakim Quick

African Brilliance for a Troubled World

What can we learn from the life of Black West African Reviver, visionary, and 18th century Islamic polymath Sheikh Uthman Don Fodio? He is a model for our world today that struggles with seemingly endless and increasing injustice, oppression, and corruption. Join this lecture for an honest and balanced exploration of how these lessons can be applied to transform our troubled world today.

Virtual Booth Sessions

Sheikh Abdurrahmann Murad

The Greatest of All Time

Which public figure has over 1.8 billion followers and counting, and yet has no social media presence? He is recognized as the most influential person in all of history and was known by all those around him, even his enemies, as the Truthful and Trustworthy. Join us as we bring to life the personality, character, selflessness, bravery, and compassion that dramatically influenced the social, political and economic state of the world.

Virtual Booth Sessions

Sheikh Dawud Walid

You don't Know the Real Malcolm X ...yet!

Malcolm X is oft-quoted in discussions of injustice, inequality, and oppression. But what made Malcolm X the giant that he was? Western societies have stripped Malcolm X of his ‘inconvenient’ identity as an unapologetic Muslim who stood boldly in his identity as a Black Muslim man. This colonial interpretation of Malcolm X is an intentional smokescreen to hide the true purpose and mission that drove the man recognized today as an iconic symbol of justice and equity.

Virtual Booth Sessions