CWSC Building the Community Life Seminar
NATIONAL – Tune in Mondays 9 a.m. EST to enter the Weekly CWSC Seminar facilitated by business leader, author and management consultant Mukhtar Muhammad. Mukhtar also served as CWSC Executive Director (now emeritus). The Seminar is part of the Learning Lab concept designed to help communities nationwide in the areas of leadership and its operational components including systems design, resource identification and management, organization, group decision-making, structure, accountability, and responsibility. The Seminar is based on a triad approach to building the 21st century institution that includes technology and financial presentations. Co-host Computer education specialist Fatih Ameen presents Technology Today: How the new information age impacts the building of community life; and co-host Sameer S. Sarmast, Regional Manager and Financial Planner for Saturna Capital, Global Asset Managers, presents Building Individual & Institutional Wealth: The road to bridging the wealth gap and pathway to funding model community development. This week features a special 3-hour conversation on Shuraa Baynahum as we ask, Is casting a ballot both a civic duty and a moral obligation? And Are American Islamic Values Compatible? Special guests include Imam Faheem Shuaibe of Masjidul Waritheen in Oakland, California and Resident Imam Omar Adib Shakir of Masjid Bilal Ibn Rabah of San Antonio, Texas.
Principal references include Al-Qur’an, Hadith, Commentary of Imam Dr. W. Deen Mohammed (R), the CWSC website, and the Genesis of New American Leadership text and blog. The Seminar will feature periodic special guests and invite you to participate live. To comment on air, call into the studio live at (515) 605-9891. Listen in at AM360.org or at (701) 719-4197! Share comments too at email@example.com, tweet @CWShuraa. Visit our parent corporation Community Wide Shuraa Conference at cwsc.us, or leave us a listener comment at (910) 317-0297.
This episode is dedicated to Muslim American pioneer, Minister Deramus of Trenton, New Jersey.