03/07/2010 00:00

"Unveiled" by Rohina Malik

JMCBI invites you to this exciting play and discussion!

"Racism, hate crimes, love, Islam, tea, culture, language, life, and hope interweave in this compelling one-woman show about Muslim women in a post-9/11 world."

Rohina Malik is a writer and artist. She was born and raised in London, England, and draws upon her Indo-Pakistani heritage for inspiration for her art. Rohina will perform excerpts from her play "Unveiled" which deals with her life as a Muslim woman in a society affected by sterotypes and racism. A discussion with the performer and the audience will follow.


Unveiled”, by Rohina Malik
Excerpts and Discussion
Directed by Ann Filmer

Suggested Donation $5 (or pay what you can)

When: Sunday, March 7, 2010 at 7pm
Where: Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation, 303 Dodge, Evanston, IL

Cosponsored by

JRC (Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation) Peace Dialogue
JMCBI (Jewish Muslim Community Building Initiative) and
JCUA (Jewish Council on Urban Affairs)
CAIR-Chicago (Council On American Islamic Relations - Chicago Chapter)
CAMP (Council for the Advancement of Muslim Professionals)

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“A terrific show... intellectually engrossing work of theater.” – Nina Metz, Chicago Tribune.