The following is an excerpt from an article posted in the April in 2020:
When the Bay Area’s shelter-in-place order was extended through April, the region’s Muslim community knew their observance of Ramadan would be impacted.
The annual, monthlong holiday, which begins at sundown Thursday, is observed by fasting and includes nightly, frequently communal, meals to break the fast. With people being instructed to stay home, some of the regular rites would be difficult to observe. Yet, Abbas Mohamed, the San Francisco director of Gathering All Muslim Artists (GAMA), saw that as an opportunity.
Read the post on sfchronicle.com