ISNA Seeks Director to Lead Anti-Muslim Bigotry Campaign
(Washington DC, Jan 11, 2011) On September 7, 2010, senior religious leaders joined ISNA to gather at an Emergency Interfaith Summit in Washington, DC to make a clear statement to the public that anti-Muslim bigotry is morally wrong and debases essential American values. They called upon America to seek its higher ideals by ending anti-Muslim bigotry.
As a continuation of this effort, the Multi-Religious Campaign Against Anti-Muslim Bigotry (The Campaign) was created as a one-year initiative led by approximately 25 faith-based organizations. It seeks to expand upon the work that began on September 7 and also to broaden and deepen the work of religious communities to end anti-Muslim bigotry through congregations and through state and community organizations.
In addition, the Campaign will expand this work internationally by making a clear statement to both the Muslim world and the international community as a whole that religious communities in the United States are committed to ending anti-Muslim bigotry.
The Campaign seeks a Campaign Director for a one-year period, January 1 – December 31, 2011. The Director will work out of the ISNA Office for Interfaith and Community Alliances in Washington DC on a full time basis. Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits, including health care, are also provided.
To view the full job description and apply, please click here.
For questions, please contact ISNA Office of Interfaith and Community Alliances at 202-544-5656.