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Upon entering Etobicoke Jamatkhana on June 25, I was greeted by women in brightly coloured saris and traditional clothing and men in kurtas and suits excitedly wishing each other Eid Mubarak. There was an air of festivity and anticipation as this was going to be a day of communal celebration.

On June 25, 2017, Ismaili communities around the globe gathered to commemorate the end of Ramadan, the holy festival of Eid al-Fitr.

Greater Los Angeles

On July 11, Mawlana Hazar Imam will celebrate sixty years of leading the Ismaili Muslim community.

STEP teacher serving as a tour guide for the guests.

The Aga Khan Award for Architecture (AKAA) found a new platform at the Dallas Museum of Art, as 175 people from across the Dallas area learned about the award and its history in October. The UT Arlington students and STEP teachers from the Ismaili Muslim community explained the projects' architectural elements and their impact.

I-CERV volunteers participating in the July 4 parade in Los Angeles, California.
"Perhaps the key to resolving the Paradox of Citizenship is to think about layers of overlapping identity. After all, one can honor a variety of loyalties—to a faith, an ethnicity, a language, a nation, a city, a profession, a school, even to a sports team! One might share some of these identities with some people, and other identities with others." -Mawlana Hazar Imam, accepting the Adrienne Clarkson Award for Global Citizenship, September 21, 2016.
 

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