Host a Screening

Bring THE MOSQUE IN MORGANTOWN to your campus or community!

The film is ideal for use by local Muslim and other faith communities, interfaith groups, activists, and in the university setting. It provides a case study for discussion on topics including:

  • Gender and religion
  • Methods of advancing social change
  • Intra-faith community dynamics
  • Interfaith parallels
  • Immigrant identities
  • Islam and the media
  • The politics of representation
  • Advocacy journalism
  • The interpretation of religious texts
  • The use of ideological labels

To host a screening, you have two options. A 54-minute educational version of the film is available for use by institutions, public libraries and community groups. A 76-minute version of the film is also available for use in the classroom or for screeniings by public groups, for educational purposes, when no admission is charged.

The toolkit was made possible by a grant from The Fledgling Fund. It is a presentation of the filmmakers and in association with and Working Films.

The Mosque in Morgantown’s call to prayer is a call to dialogue.”

— Film critic Adam Hartzell

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