Broward County Schools observes American Muslim Heritage Month every May. It celebrates and promotes awareness of the myriad of invaluable contributions American Muslims have made both in Broward and across the country, while extending them the respect and camaraderie every American deserves.  The observance also highlights the fact that many American Muslims have been forced to endure harassment, assault and discrimination since the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001.

Broward County Public Schools’ Board was the first in Florida to approve this type of resolution and set a precedence for other counties and states.  Join us this May and every month in promoting inclusion of and awareness of the contributions made by our fellow Americans who are Muslim.

This May, raise awareness during American Muslim Heritage Month by utilizing diversity curriculum!