Episode 37 With Howard County Muslim Council President Ainy Haider- Shah

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Show Notes

Thanks to Joe's Place Deli for their always warm and friendly hospitality!

3 Things We're Thinkin' About

Ellicott City Flood Plan

People’s Choice Endorsements for BOE

“Choose Civility” is a famous Howard County motto but why are we failing?

Ainy Haider- Shah

The Muslim Council encourages issues and activities of common interest to local Muslims and the broader community of Howard County.

Muslim parents concerned that Muslims kids can be victims of Islamophobia and others feel it’s ok.

Muslims becoming more active in political life.

How non-Muslims can help fight islamophobia. Teach children to embrace our differences.

Political races of interest

Diversity of boards, committees, and commissions

Ainy's Same Old Questions

Book - A Suitable Boy by Bikram

Movie - Crazy Rich Asians

Music - U2

Unpopular benign - Halloween best American holiday

Best meal - Mimi’s Kabob for dinner

Cafe Easy for Breakfast

Bon Appetit for coffee

Event - school starting

Elevate Maryland - look outside the box for Historic Ellicott City

39 episodes