On June 7, 2010, Asma Uddin addressed the 2010 fellows of the Muslim Public Service Network (MPSN)
On June 7, 2010, Asma Uddin addressed the 2010 fellows of the Muslim Public Service Network (MPSN). She spoke about Altmuslimah, gender struggles, questioning authority, and creating an American Islam.
The Muslim Public Service Network (MPSN) inspires, educates and trains exceptional American Muslims in public service and civic engagement in order to meaningfully contribute to community and country. It is modeled on the belief that American Muslims must play a more active role in the policy-making process. By engaging more actively in the political and policy-making process, American Muslims will be carrying out their civic duties, in addition to providing a critical, and often unheard, voice.
MPSN represents the unique diversity of the American Muslim community. Our Summer Fellowship Program provides the American Muslim community its best opportunity to meaningfully contribute to American society, while defusing the tide of misunderstanding.