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A Conversation on COVID-19 Vaccine with Dr. Anthony Fauci & the American-Muslim Community

Thursday, Feb 11  at 1:30 PM ET

Feeling stressed and anxious about the vaccine? Not sure who to ask or what information to trust? 



On Thursday, February 11, we will join Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Noor Jihan Abdul-Haqq, Dr. Shereef Elnahaal and AMHP’s President, Dr. Hasan Shanawani to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine and address the pressing questions of the community.

ASL interpreter provided by MUHSEN

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Anthony Stephen Fauci is an American physician and immunologist who has served as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984. Since 2020, Dr. Fauci has had a leading role in the White House Coronavirus Task Force and is currently serving as the Chief Medical Adviser on COVID-19 to President Joe Biden.

Dr. Noor Jihan Abdul-Haqq is a board certified pediatrician practicing in the Oklahoma City area and a member of the National Black Muslim Covid Coalition. She has participated in several talks, radio and print appearances discussing COVID-19 and vaccines.

Dr. Shereef Elnahal is a physician and serves as President and CEO of University Hospital in Newark, NJ, an academic medical center, safety net hospital, and the principal teaching hospital of Rutgers NJ Medical School. Previously, he served as Commissioner of Health for the state of New Jersey under Governor Phil Murphy.

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American Association of Retired Asians
American Muslim Community Foundation
American Muslim Today
American Muslims Professionals of Dallas AMPD
American Pakistan Foundation
American Pakistani Public Affairs Committee
Arab American Family Services
Asian American Center of Frederick
Association of Physicians of Pakistani Descent of North America (APPNA)
Austin Peace Academy
Black Women’s Health Imperative
CaRE2 Health Equity Center
Cherry Hill Free Clinic
Chicago Muslims Against COVID-19
Colorado Advancement of Muslim Professionals (CAMP)
Compassionate Care Network
Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago (CIOGC)
Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
Deaconess Nurse Ministry
Edwards Healthcare Consulting LLC.
Eid Holiday Coalition
Emgage Action
Ethica Global Alliance
Global Health Crisis Coordination Center
Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc USA
Hakeem Health Platform
Halim Clinic
Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc.
Health and Medicine Policy Research Group
Health Equity Collaborative
IL Muslim Chamber of Commerce
IL Muslim Civic Coalition
Imamia Medics International (IMI)
Indianapolis Muslim Community Association
Indonesian Muslim Association in America (IMAAM)
Indonesian Muslim Society in America
Inner-city Muslim Action Network (IMAN)
Interfaith Center of USA
Interfaith Community for Detained Immigrants
Islamic Assoc. of Raleigh Health & Wellness Commitee
Islamic Center of Greater Austin
Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati
Islamic Center Of Maryland
Islamic Community Center of Laurel
Islamic Education Center
Islamic House of Wisdom
Islamic Institute of America
Islamic Medical Association of North America (IMANA)
Islamic Networks Group (ING)
Islamic Relief USA
Islamic Schools League of America (ISLA)
Islamic Seminary Foundation DBA The Islamic Seminary of America
Islamic Society of Boston
Islamic Society of Delaware
Islamic Society of Greater Houston (ISGH)
Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)

Islamic Society of the Washington Area
Islamic Speakers Bureau of Atlanta
Islamophobia Studies Center
MAPS- MCRC Community Clinic
Maryland Public Health Association
Masjid al Mumineen
Masjid Muhammad, The Nation’s Mosque
Michigan Muslim Community Council (MCCC)
Montgomery County Muslim Council (MCMC)
MPower Change
MSA National
MSA West
Muslim Aid Initiative (MAI)
Muslim American Society
Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative (MuslimARC)
Muslim Association of Virginia
Muslim Burial Organization of Los Angeles
Muslim Community Center-Maryland (MCC)
Muslim Mental Health Consortium Michigan State University
Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC)
Muslim Women’s Professional Network
Muslim Women’s Alliance
North American Shia Ithna-asheri Muslim Communities Org (NASIMCO)
Northern California Islamic Council
Northwest Quality Care
Olive Branch-Muslim Family Services
OPEN Chicago
Palestinian American Community Center
Penny Appeal USA
Physician Support Line
Physicians for Human Rights
Project Taqwa
Public Health Foundation
Red Saree Inc
Risala Foundation
Rising Star Academy
Rohingya Culture Center
Sabil USA
Shia Muslim Council of Southern California
Shifa Healthcare & Community Services USA
South Florida Muslims Federation
Stanford Muslim Mental Health Lab
Study Al-Islam
Syrian Community Network
The Five Pearls Foundation
The Islamic Center at New York University
The MultiCultural Center
UMass Medical School Muslim Student Association
UMMA Community Clinic
United Mission for Relief and Development UMR
Universal Muslim Association of America
Young Muslims
Zakat Chicago – CIOGC
Zakat Foundation of America

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American Muslim Health Professionals (AMHP) is a national non-profit organization focused on empowerment of Muslim health professionals seeking to advance public health, social justice, and civic engagement within their communities. Our mission is to strengthen the impact of Muslim health professionals to improve the health and wellness of all Americans. AMHP’s three core areas of focus are mental health, advocacy for underserved communities and professional development. 

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