Join MALA in partnership with Intersections International; I’m From Driftwood; and Believe Out Loud for a special screening and panel discussion of National Geographic’s “GENDER REVOLUTION: A JOURNEY WITH KATIE COURIC” in New York city on May 5th.
This storytelling campaign, launched in partnership with The New Agenda, emphasizes the importance of celebrating and encouraging the success of Muslim American women in a wide range of backgrounds and career paths.
MALA held a panel discussion that covered the following themes: Education; Investment in Diversity; Human Rights; Access to Medical Care; and Eradication of Violence as core points to address the economic growth for women.
On March 14, 2017, members of MALA were given the opportunity to partake in the March series of This Much is True, a story-telling event hosted every month by Scott Whitehair at the Mrs. Murphy & Sons Irish Bistro in Chicago. The event was created years ago in the efforts to bring together the community and create a […]
For Women’s History Month, we honor the experiences, struggles, and triumphs that have strengthened our societies and complicated our understandings of the human story. MALA aims to create a network that is dedicated to developing programs and resources for women in the USA.
Join MALA at the UN CSW 61st Session on March 22nd, 2017 for “Economic Development through Gender Equality: Rights, Resources, and Voices.” Panelists from UNICEF Fund for USA; Malala Fund; Princeton University; and Bellevue University will be in attendance.