Muslim Day At The Capitol 2018

The 14th Muslim Day at the Capitol (MDAC) is on Tuesday, March 20, 2018. You can help convey the concerns and needs of the Muslim community to the legislators.

Muslim Day at the Capitol consists of three components:

  1. Training is provided for participants on how to interact with legislators and lobby them for your concerns. The training is scheduled to start at 8:00 am?in?Conference Room 316, 3rd?Floor,?State Capitol. A light?brunch will be provided.
  2. A rally is held at 09:30 am at the?State Capitol Rotunda.?All participants gather to hear elected leadership and community leaders speak to the Muslim community.
  3. Attendees go in small groups to meet with legislators and speak to them about Muslim concerns. We are making appointments on behalf of attendees as we speak.

Join your Muslim neighbors ? doctors, engineers, business people, senior citizens, high school students, college students, stay at home parents and many many others ? to show the strength and diversity of the Muslim community in Minnesota. Participants in the MDAC will have an opportunity to meet State Legislators to discuss issues relating to education, immigration, healthcare, and civil rights and help bring about positive social change. It is very important for the Muslim community to interact with our legislators and be positive participating citizens in the larger community.


Current List of 2018 Co-Sponsors

  1. AbuBakr Assaddique Islamic Center
  2. Abu Huraira Islamic Center
  3. Alif Center
  4. Al Amal School
  5. American Muslims for Palestine (AMP)
  6. Brooklyn Park Islamic Center (BPIC)
  7. Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)
  8. Darul Farook Center
  9. Gems of Light Academy
  10. Hikma Academy
  11. Islamic Center of Minnesota (ICM)
  12. Islamic Civic Society of America / Darul Hijrah
  13. Islamic Community of Bosniaks in Minnesota
  14. Isuroon
  15. Mankato Islamic Center
  16. MAS Blaine Community Center (MBCC)
  17. Masjed Abubakr Al-Seddiq (Rochester)
  18. Masjid Al Ansar Islamic Center
  19. Masjid Al Huda (ICCC)
  20. Masjid Al Ihsan
  21. Masjid An Nur
  22. Masjid Ar Rahman (MCC)
  23. Masjid At Taqwa
  24. Masjid At Tawba (ICCC)
  25. Masjid Omar (24 Mall)
  26. Minnesota Deaf Muslim Community
  27. Muslim Youth Leadership Awards
  28. North West Islamic Community Center (Masjid Al Kareem)
  29. Pearls of Hope
  30. Rawda Community Center
  31. Reviving the Islamic Sisterhood of Empowerment
  32. Sisters Need a Place
  33. South Metro Islamic Center (SMIC) Rosemount
  34. Tawfiq Islamic Center
  35. Al Madinah Cultural Center (AMCC)
  36. Confederation of Somali Community Minnesota
  37. Dar Al Qalam Cultural Center
  38. Iman Hussein Islamic Center
  39. Islamic Association of Mankato
  40. Islamic Center of the Twin Ports (Duluth)
  41. Islamic Center of Winona
  42. Islamic Community Center of Minnesota / Masjid Al-Iman
  43. Jaafari Islamic Center
  44. Shanta Link
  45. Tawhid Islamic Center
  46. AbuBakr Islamic Center (Faribault)
  47. As Sunnah Islamic Center
  48. Muslim Society of Owatonna
  49. Daru Salaam Islamic Center
  50. Irshaad Islamic Center
  51. Islamic Association of North America (IANA)

The Muslim Day at the capitol is organized by The Muslim American Society of Minnesota (MAS MN) in partnership with? The Isaiah Muslim Coalition.










Our Gold Sponsors for this year are CAIR MN as well as Masjid An-Nur.