About Us

The Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN) is a community organization that fosters health, wellness and healing in the inner-city by organizing for social change, cultivating the arts, and operating a holistic health center. IMAN incorporated as a nonprofit in 1997 through the drive of people directly affected by and deeply invested in social issues affecting communities of color living on Chicago’s South Side. Since that time, IMAN has steadily grown and, in 2016, opened a second office in Atlanta to continue mobilizing a cross-section of people committed to this mission.

The organization models an integrative approach that employs holistic interventions to address a spectrum of structural and systemic injustices impeding a dignified quality of life for people in marginalized communities.

Through four programmatic thrusts, IMAN:

1.) Offers primary, behavioral, and oral health care through its community health center;

2.) Provides transitional housing and job training for formerly incarcerated men and high-risk youth through its Green ReEntry initiative;

3.) Organizes around issues such as criminal justice, housing, immigration reform and healthy food access;

4.) Inspires transformation through spiritually grounded, socially conscious arts and culture programming and creative placemaking.

Vision

To serve as the model of the Muslim tradition of facilitating transformational change in urban communities, by inspiring others towards critical civic engagement exemplifying prophetic compassion in the work for social justice and human dignity beyond the barriers of religion, ethnicity, and nationality.

2016 Audit Report

2013 Audited Financials 2012 Audited Financials 2011 Audited Financials 2011 Form 990 2010 Audited Financials 2010 Form 990 2009 Audited Financials 2009 Form 990 Annual Report 2010-11 Annual Report 2008-09 Annual Report 2007 Recent Awards 500 Most Influential Muslims in the World The Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre and Georgetown University Amir Al-Islam & Rami Nashashibi Courageous Voices Award Jewish Council on Urban Affairs Rami Nashashibi Norman Bobins Leadership Award, Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards Rami Nashashibi Excellence in Community Leadership Award Holy Cross Hospital Rafi Peterson Community Hero Local Initiatives Support Corporation Clyde El Amin & Rafi Peterson Outstanding Community Service Award Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago Nia Odeoti-Hassan & Rami Nashashibi Service to the IHRC Recognition Award International Human Relations Council & Chicago Commission on Human Relations Veronica Zapata Community Organizing Award Chicago Community Trust IMAN & the Developing Justice Coalition 2009 Audited Financials 2009 Form 990