Hundreds of people from different faiths, backgrounds, and cultures came together in support of the Muslims in Memphis to build bridges and connections amongst the diverse communities at the “MusliMEMfest” on Saturday at the Agricenter International.
Memphis mayor Jim Strickland, city council election candidates, and Memphis locals all attended to celebrate diversity.
A variety of food options including Middle Eastern and Asian restaurants, new ice cream shops such as “Dipsticle,” and bakery shops filled the festival’s booths.
In addition to food, there were family-friendly activities such as face painting, bouncy houses, games booths, henna tattoos and more.
A plethora of organizations including 901 Ummah, Pleasant Vie