“LA is unique as it is a place where pluralism a reality rather than a goal. It is an important part of who we are as a city, it gives us great strength as a society and it comes from our history as a country which welcomed all.” -Nina Hachigian, Deputy Mayor of Los Angeles for International Affairs.
For hundreds of Ismailis across the region, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day was a day of action and service.
The Ismaili Cultural Center hosted an exhibition of film, visual arts, and performing arts at the Indian Community Center in Milpitas, California.
The Diamond Jubilee Exhibition, Ethics In Action, showcased at the National Jubilee Arts Festival this past weekend in Pasadena, California, highlighted the ethics underpinning the Aga Khan Development Network’s (AKDN) engagement across the world to improve quality of life.
Movement and Memory: A dance that evokes anticipation and reminiscence at the Jubilee Arts Festival in California
In the midst of the largest wildfire in California’s history, the San Diego Jamat rallied together in record numbers at Feeding America San Diego’s food bank.
Over 100 external guests from civil society, government, and law enforcement attended the Rays of Light Exhibition in Los Angeles, California.
Alif Khalfan is no stranger to volunteering as he has been passionately working with youth in the United States, supporting their college applications and other defining milestones.
The Greater Los Angeles Jamat is moved by the Expressions of Love concert series.