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Join us for an intimate conversation with Muslim Women

Religion has been a hot topic in the news lately as policy makers across the country debate the role that government and religion should play in our society.  Join an intimate circle of women in learning more about the Muslim Faith from Muslim Women. The purpose of this Faith Tank is to provide Muslim Women an opportunity to share their personal experiences being a Muslim women in America today and dispel common myths surrounding the Muslim faith. Our goal is to create a safe space to foster open dialogue with the intent to build understanding and appreciation of differing beliefs. Women of ALL faiths are encouraged to join this conversation.     ​  


RETHINK Religion

The Muslim Faith from Muslim Women

Friday, May 26, 2017
Mayflower Hotel 
1127 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
6:30 - 9:30 pm
Open to women of all faiths. Registration is required. 
Suggested Investments:
Partner $25 
Investor $50 (includes complimentary guest ticket)



Sui Lang Liliu O'Kalani Pumehana Panoke

Founder, RE-Think Tank

Principal, Women Politics Media

What is the RE-Think Tank for Women? 

The RE-Think Tank is a social think tank designed to challenge women to RE-Think how and what we think through power conversations and reflective meditation.  

How does it work?

The RE-Think Tank brings together intimate diverse circles of women to engage in thought provoking conversations and reflective meditation.  Each conversation follows a 1-3-5-25 conversation model.  

One moderator, 3 Spotlight Thinkers, 5 Values and Guidelines with an intimate circle of 25 participants.    

Who are we looking for?  


  • WOMEN who have an opinion

  • WOMEN who are willing to share their opinion

  • WOMEN who are open to learning from opinions that challenge their own  


If the answer to these questions is YES, we invite you to JOIN us!

The POWER of the TANK relies heavily on the following foundational values and conversation guidelines.




Spotlight Thinker

Zahra Salaam

Born into a Buddhist family in Vietnam, grew up in Africa as a Christian while her family worked for U.S. State Department.  During her spiritual journey, she learned about Islam, which she has been practicing for most of her adult life. 



Power Conversations

Equitable Partnership

Equal and Valuable Exchange

Diversity of Thought

      Reflective Meditation       

1-3-5-25 Conversation Model


1 - Moderator, 1 Meditation Lead 

3 - Spotlight Thinkers

5 - Values and Guidelines 

25 - Participants Investing $25     


Face to Face Conversation

Intimate Safe Space

Selective Random Selection 

Diversity of Thought

Reflective Meditation

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