The Berkeley Forum Podcast
About This Show
The Berkeley Forum is a non-partisan, student-run organization at the University of California, Berkeley. Established in 2012, the Forum hosts debates, panels, and talks by leading experts from a variety of fields.
The mission of the Berkeley Forum is to provide the Berkeley community a non-partisan, accessible forum for the presentation and debate of a wide range of ideas; to reaffirm the value of a liberal arts education; and to regularly organize, promote, and broadcast debates, panels, and talks by distinguished persons, and any such events, activities, or conversations as shall engage and challenge the faculties of the mind.
Most Recent Episode
Panel: What Does it Mean to be Muslim-American?
Dec 2 16
What does it mean to be Muslim-American? The panel will focus on the growing issue of Islamophobia in America, contrasting with the notion that the United States is a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities, open equally to all.
Hoda Hawa: Director of Policy and Advocacy, Muslim Public Affairs Council
Jabir Faqir: Senior Development Officer, Muslim Advocates
Shaykh Jamaal Diwan: Co-Founder and Director of Safa Center for Education and Research & Chaplain at UCLA and USC
Event Originally Held on Sept 14, 2016
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