Princeton Muslim Advocates for Social Justice and Individual Dignity (MASJID) is comprised of undergraduate and graduate students dedicated to engaging in and promoting activism around issues affecting the Muslim community and in solidarity with other advocacy groups. Through leadership in campus engagement, civic education, and advocacy, MASJID seeks to be a resource on campus for student participation in local and global human rights issues. Our mission is to create a space in which Muslim students are an essential voice in promoting social justice.
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Campaigns led in the past/to be held in the fall include anti-Islamophobia efforts, international refugee crisis, 2016 U.S. elections, sex trafficking of Yazidi women, supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, undocumented immigration, Israeli occupation of Palestine, and divestment from private prisons.
The Muslim Life Program is dedicated to building a vibrant and pluralistic community on Princeton University’s campus that is welcoming to all and fosters deeper exploration of faith, sacred knowledge, and social activism through fellowship and a wide variety of programs.
Muslim Student Association / Muslim Graduate Student Association strives to increase students’ understanding of Islam, to bring Muslim undergraduate and graduate students together as a community, and to sponsor events for the enjoyment and knowledge of all interested in exploring Islam.