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Ustadha Nuriddeen Knight, a fellow at the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research, joins us for a frank discussion about how we can understand feminism as American-Muslims committed to traditional ethics.

Ustadha Nuriddeen gives her insights into whether feminism enrich our conversations about gender or is it instead a root cause of our gender wars.

1:30 p.m. (Zuhr) to 4:30 p.m. | Saturday, Aug. 17 | MCC Conference Room | Free lecture; no registration required

Sponsored by Zaytuna College & MCC East Bay

This event will be livestreamed and recorded at mcceastbay.org/livestream

 

About the Speaker:
Ustadha Nuriddeen Knight
completed an MA in psychology with a focus on child and family from Columbia University. Alongside her academic degree, she studied traditional Islamic knowledge including Islamic law, theology, spirituality, and prophetic biography with local scholars and in the majalis in Amman, Jordan. Nuriddeen Knight completed an MA in psychology with a focus on child and family from Columbia University. Alongside her academic degree, she studied traditional Islamic knowledge including Islamic law, theology, spirituality and prophetic biography with local scholars and in the majalis in Amman, Jordan. She is the author of 40 Hadith of Our Mother ‘Aisha, a collection of forty hadith narrated from the beloved sage, scholar, wife of the prophet, peace to him, Lady ‘Aisha.