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Asst. Vice President for Student Life and Assoc. Dean of Student Services at the University of Chicago William Michel welcomes the audience and introduces the event's panelists


Event panelists included (from left to right) Tim McNulty, Chicago Tribune Public Editor; Dr. Aminah Beverly McCloud, Professor of Religious Studies and Director of Islamic World Studies at DePaul University; CAIR Chicago’s Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab; and Margaret Holt, Chicago Tribune Senior Editor for Standards and Staff Development


Rehab opens the session and addresses the crowd on hand


Attendees include a diverse cross section of activists, students, and community members


Minister Marcus Muhammad, Benton Harbor Representative of the Nation of Islam; and Nation of Islam Latino student Minister Abel Muhammad


Dr. McCloud speaking to the crowd during her presentation


Among those present in the audience were Dr. Scott C. Alexander, Associate Professor of Islam and Program Director in Catholic-Muslim Studies of the Catholic Theological Union;(lower middle) Imam Frederick Al Deen of Oak Park(far right)


McNulty addresses the audience regarding the Tribune's coverage


As the panelists close their intial remarks Hasan Ali, outgoing MSA President and civil rights intern at CAIR-Chicago, moderates the question and answer session.


Community members direct their concerns and questions to the panelists


Rehab fields questions from community members


Panelists confer while answering a question from the audience


Dr. McCloud during the question and answer session


Audience members made the best of their opportunity of meeting with the panelists by engaging them with their questions and concerns


Dr. McCloud making final remarks to close the event

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