EMERGE USA AND THE ISLAMIC SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA COLLABORATION ON VOTER EDUCATION
WASHINGTON, DC --- Emerge USA and the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) have partnered to produce a series of short videos which serve to engage American Muslims in this year's election. The first video was released today and features Khurrum Wahid, co-chair of Emerge USA and Hazem Bata, executive director of ISNA, answering frequently asked questions among voters and discussing the power American Muslims hold as significant stakeholders and constituents.
"Our goal is to have this series of videos serve as a resource for American Muslims to find answers to the questions they're asking" said Mr. Wahid, co-chair of Emerge USA. "We urge them to become active and engaged in their communities to allow them to gain perspective on this history election. Now more than ever, American Muslims have the power to become instruments for change and Emerge USA is here to provide the tools necessary to allow them to do that."