Dr. Muhammad Babar recently spoke live on Facebook with Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and representatives of numerous faiths across the city. Thank you to the Mayor for hosting this unique and important gathering of minds in a difficult time. Watch the full video here.
Muslim Americans for Compassion (MAC) is humbled to be part of Muslim Community of Louisville's Covid-19 Response Team. The team has done a wonderful job in increasing community awareness about social distancing. It has also served over 100 families in need by providing necessary food and hygiene items. Special thanks to local Islamic Centers for [...]
MAC volunteer Sohail Zuberi & Dr. Babar delivered lunches to MetroSafe Emergency Communication Center in Louisville to show our gratitude in this time of need. Lunch prepared by Subway at Holiday Manor. We're proud to serve these hard workers in times of crisis.
The week has been a busy one for MAC as our physicians worked to prepare our elderly and at risk populations ahead of the spread of Coronavirus. Dr. Muhammad Babar visited Wave3 News to explain how COVID-19 may affect your family. Watch his interview here. Dr. Babar also participated in this joint interview with Mary Rademaker, [...]
Via Wave3 News Interfaith leaders said Friday they are following the advice of Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear and other lawmakers to suspend services for now until more is known about the coronavirus' impact. “COVID-19 is different from any other former tragedy in that it spreads through crowds,” said Dr. Muhammad Babar, the Compassionate Louisville Chairman [...]
MAC is proud to present an interview with Reverend Ron Loughry, a long time champion of human rights, compassion and interfaith respect. Please follow the link below to read more. MAC Reverend Loughry Interview
By Aaron Burch The 2020 United States Census begins March 12th. This once per decade event is an essential part of a functioning democracy. Every person counted assists state and federal government in allocating funds and proper representation in Congress. To help explain the Census process, as well as the behind the scenes work being [...]
MAC is encouraging fellow citizens to actively participate in the upcoming 2020 census. The census takes place every 10 years and is essential to the progress of our communities. The results will show where communities need new schools, new health clinics, new roads and other services for families, older adults and children. They'll also inform [...]
Dr. Muhammad Babar, Founder of Muslim American for Compassion and President, Kentuckiana Geriatric and Palliative Services participated in an interfaith prayer during the annual luncheon of Louisville Urban League on Dec 6, 2019, and also made a donation of $5,000 for the Norton Sports Health Athletics & Learning Complex. Dr. Babar believes that redlining and other discriminatory practices [...]
MAC was proud to visit Frankfort for Physician's Day at the Capitol. So many physicians traveled to make their voices heard on health care. Dr. Muhammad Babar and Dr. Waqar Saleem were among those who chose to go and speak directly to legislators about health care policy. Dr. Saleem is also pictured with KMA Executive [...]