The Midwest Alevi Cultural Center (MACC) is a non-profit organization aimed at bringing together people residing primarily in Chicago-Illinois and the Midwest region of the United States who are attached to the Alevi-Bektashi path as a belief-system and/or a cultural identity.

Its main goal is the preservation, and transmission to younger generations born and growing up in North America, Alevi-Bektashi beliefs and cultural values, and to advocate for the religious freedoms and democratic rights of Alevis-Bektashis.


 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

  • September 15th, 2019: MACC 7th Ashure Day

Asure2019“Yüzseler derimi etseler berdar
Dönmezem ben senden İmam Hüseyin
Bütün şehitlere sen oldun serdar
Dönmezem ben senden İmam Hüseyin

Seyit Meftuni der mihri cenanım
Sen nur-u Huda`sın vardır imanım
Aşkınla yanarım çıkmaz dumanım
Dönmezem ben senden İmam Hüseyin”

We invite our esteemed friends to join us during the 7th MACC Ashure Day to commemorate those who lost their lives during the Battle of Kerbela.
Location: Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago
Address: 7574 Lincoln Ave, Skokie, IL, 60077
Time: September 15, Sunday, 2019. Time: 3:00 PM


 

  • October 2019: USA! Are you ready? We are so excited to host Tolga Sağ for a USA tour and Chicago concert!
    Chicago date: October 25th, 8pm at the Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago.

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