Muslim Contributions to Civilization
Ramadan Presentations at Public Locations
Muslim Speakers Network (MSN) is a non-profit 501(c)3 educational organization founded in 2015 that promotes religious literacy and mutual respect through on-site presentations and interfaith dialogues to schools, colleges, universities, churches and other community organizations.
Through the Network, Muslim speakers supplement curriculum and cultural diversity programming in middle and high schools throughout Southern California. This program has provided an invaluable service to educational institutions by supplementing the study of Islam and world religions in social sciences and history course curriculum. Request a presentation
Our speakers adhere to the First Amendment Center’s “A teacher’s guide to religion in the public schools.” More about the First Amendment Center
What I found most interesting during your visit was when you talked about the pilgrimage… it’s truly an amazing thing since they all treat each other as family. Hearing about what you had to say about the pilgrimage and your experience was very cool so thank you for that.7th Grade Student
I like to learn about different religions. I am a Christian. I learned a lot. The beliefs of a Muslim are similar to the beliefs of a Christian. You make me realize that I need to have a better relationship with God.7th Grade Student
“Thank you so much for speaking to my students! It’s great to work together to break down prejudices and spread understanding …10th Grade Teacher, Los Angeles