The USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture celebrates 15 years since AMCLI began as a seed of an idea. The American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute builds the capacity of emerging Muslim leaders from across the United States. It emerged out of research conducted at CRCC and a convening of civic leaders in 2006.
In the below videos, AMCLI’s co-founders Nadia Roumani and Brie Loskota reflect on what has changed in the last 15 years. Additionally, 15 AMCLI fellows share what program and network means to them.
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