ADC Announces a Youth Organizing Session: “The Future of the Civil Rights Movement Post Ferguson”

JUNE 11-14, 2015

ADC Announces a Youth Organizing Session: “The Future of the Civil Rights Movement Post Ferguson

Washington, D.C. | | June 2, 2015 – The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) announces a Youth Organizing Session entitled, The Future of the Civil Rights Movement Post Ferguson.”

The organizing session will take place on Saturday, June 13, 2015 at 3:45PM-5:00PM as part of ADC’s 35th Anniversary National Convention in Washington, DC.

ADC invites you to register for the ADC Convention and join us in participating in this youth organizing session and the many exciting panel discussions that will take place on June 11-14th in Washington, DC.

ADC is offering scholarships for students to attend the Convention at a free or reduced rate! 

Click here to apply for student scholarships!

About the Organizing Session Panelists

Ahmad Nabil Abuznaid, Esq.
Co-founder, The Dream Defenders

Ahmad Nabil Abuznaid, Esq. is a co-founder of the Dream Defenders and currently serving as its Chief Operating Officer and leading in legal/policy matters. The Dream Defenders are an uprising from communities in struggle committed to shifting the culture through transformational organizing. Read Ahmad Abuznaid’s full bio here.

Muhammed Malik
Social Justice Organizer

Muhammed Malik is a human rights advocate, social justice organizer, social commentator, and nonprofit consultant. A former executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (South Florida), Muhammed has also worked at the ACLU Florida, coordinating its work through the Racial Justice and Voting Rights Projects. Read Muhammed’s full bio here.

Amani Al-Khatahtbeh 

A recent graduate of Rutgers University, Amani began her post-college career at the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) in 2014, where she was employed as a media-relations specialist for a year. Amani is also the founding editor-in-chief of, a blog aimed at eliminating stereotypes surrounding Islam and promoting the place of Muslim women in Western societies.  Read Amani’s full bio here.

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