cfp is all about building a cohesive America.
Details on our home page https://centerforpluralism.com/
Our Board of Directors and Advisors will be a part of the movement in shaping the future of America, where every American would feel secure about his/her faith, race, ethnicity, sexual or political orientation, culture, or any other uniqueness. At the center for pluralism, we see an alignment of our work with our board members, bringing people together and standing up for the rights of others to create secure societies for every human being.
It is registered as a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. Your donations are tax-deductible per the certification from the Internal Revenue Service. The Board of Directors will govern the organization.
Board of Directors
1. Dr. Mylord Reyes Tosta
2. Dr. Khaled Almaeena
3. Dr. Mike Ghouse
Meet our Board of Directors
Board of Advisors
Individuals representing different faiths (and no faiths) and political parties will be on the council of advisors for a two-year term. Their role is to offer leadership in having their faith and political affiliation represented in our programs and outreach. All the names will be listed once we have the full slate. CFP is an all-inclusive organization.
Dr. Karen Hollie
Dr. Adil Khan
Meet our Board of Advisors
Council of Patrons
Individuals are committed to supporting the ongoing work and connecting us with resources to take the message to the community at large.
- Dr. TO Shanavas
- Dr. Nauman Anwar
- Dr. Basheer Ahmed
- Dr. Rahat Khan
- Mr. Mohammad Imran
- Dr. Abdur Rahman Nakadar
- Dr. Ishrat Hussain
- Dr. Zafar Iqbal
There will be two categories – Annual membership is $100.00
Lifetime Membership $500.00
Committed volunteers to coordinate events in DC and Dallas.
Executive Director and two staff members run it on a thin budget.
Donors to fund the organization and build long-term financial sustainability. Some of the programs will be named after them and they will be the chair for the event or events.
Our Mission is to encourage individuals to develop an open mind and an open heart toward their follow beings. If we can learn to accept and respect the God-given uniqueness of each one of the 7 billion of us, then conflicts fade and solutions emerge. We believe that knowledge leads to understanding and understanding to acceptance and appreciation of a different point of view.
Nothing will change if we don’t make the effort.
Our humble prayer;
- Dear God, bless us with an open mind and an open heart toward fellow humans.
- Dear God, help us remove the arrogance and ignorance so that love of our own faith does not become a basis for prejudice toward others.
- Dear God, help us respect everyone’s way of worshipping and honoring you, and
- Dear God, help us with compassion and fairness, two of your primary attributes, toward fellow humans.