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Anti-Islamophobia 101 JanuaryJan 31 2024 11:00am - 12:30pm America/Toronto

As a part of TSLIP’s Professional Development Series on Anti-Racism we have partnered with The Canadian Council of Muslim Women (CCMW) to deliver a workshop that aims to strengthen relationships and bring awareness to pertinent issues around anti-racism for the newcomer-serving sector. This workshop along with upcoming workshops will provide a space to discuss issues that are impacting the sector and wider communities.

This workshop will broaden participants understanding of the interconnected issues surrounding Islamophobia, Cyberhate, and racial marginalization within Muslim communities. It will not only delve into the critical issue of Islamophobia and its impact on Black and Indigenous Muslims, queer Muslims, and Muslims with disabilities, but will also examine the troubling intersection of cyberhate and online extremism.

Facilitator: Duha Elmardi, Education Coordinator, CCMW

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