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AROUND TOWN NEWS

  • Requiem for the dead—and the living

    Requiem for the dead—and the living April 2020 - I braved the rain on a dreary winter’s evening, making the trek to Emory University for a film about refugees making their way to freedom, over the mountains from snowy Tibet to steaming India—thinking on the drive of other refugees

  • Splendid Holi celebrations at Ambaji

    Splendid Holi celebrations at Ambaji April 2020 - At Ambaji USA (Shree Shakti Mandir) in Lake City, Georgia, Holi is one of the most important festivals to be celebrated. Crowds gather from all over Atlanta to celebrate this festival at the temple.

  • Interfaith Peace Symposium held in Norcross

    Interfaith Peace Symposium held in Norcross April 2020 - On March 7th, 2020, Ahmadiyya Muslim Women's Auxiliary (AMWA) - Georgia Chapter organized the first Interfaith Peace Symposium at their mosque Baitul Ata in Norcross, Georgia.

  • Guidelines for Submitting Reports to Around Town

    Guidelines for Submitting Reports to Around Town April 2020 - How to submit reports (for publication: by 15th of the month; for timeliness: within 3-5 days from the event) about community events for Khabar Magazine's Around Town section (print/digital/website editions).

  • Transcendent Deities of India at Emory’s Carlos Museum

    Transcendent Deities of India at Emory’s Carlos Museum March 2020 - The Transcendent Deities of India exhibit at Emory’s Carlos Museum features the work of Raja Ravi Varma (1848–1906), Manjari Sharma, and Abhishek Singh; the latter gave live painting sessions.

  • Rallies in protest—and support—of India’s Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA)

    Rallies in protest—and support—of India’s Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) March 2020 - Three rallies in metro Atlanta in January 2020 reacted to India's new Citizenship Amendment Act: two against CAA (150 people, and 1500 people) and one supporting (200 people).

  • They See Blue Georgia’s 2020 Election Kickoff

    They See Blue Georgia’s 2020 Election Kickoff March 2020 - On February 8, 2020, one of the first groups for South Asian Democrats in the Southeast, the Georgia chapter of They See Blue, held their 2020 Election Kickoff. They work to flip seats blue.

  • Governor Brian Kemp Meets with Local Indian Media

    Governor Brian Kemp Meets with Local Indian Media March 2020 - On February 4, 2020, Georgia's Governor Brian Kemp met with journalists from local Indian media. The meeting, facilitated by Kartik Bhatt, was also attended by Ritesh Desai, C.B. Yadav, and Neera Bahl.

  • Consulate celebrates India’s 71st Republic Day

    Consulate celebrates India’s 71st Republic Day March 2020 - The Atlanta Consulate's 71st Republic Day celebrations 2020 featured dhol and tutari in the morning and an evening reception for over 500 guests at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center.

  • First Muslim Centennial in America

    First Muslim Centennial in America March 2020 - The oldest Muslim organization in the United States is 100 years old. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has many events and activities planned for 2020, as celebration and as outreach for understanding.

 

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