Our most requested on-the-ground workshop is now coming to a computer near you!
On the evening of September 5th, we will be presenting MuslimARC's Racism 101 workshop in webinar format for the first time.
This workshop will help participants understand how racism works to oppress groups within the United States. Participants will identify their own position within the racial hierarchy of the United States. Participants will gain skills on how to promote anti-racist behavior in themselves and in their community.
The webinar includes a lecture portion, self-work, and small/large group exercises. It will be held over Zoom and participants will be able to interact with other participants as well as the instructor, MuslimARC's Executive Director Namira Islam.
We request that participants have a working video camera, stable internet connection, headphones/headset to for clearer audio, and that they join via video for the webinar.
We welcome Muslims and non-Muslims and people from all ethnic backgrounds to attend.
(Namira Islam’s MuslimARC) presentation just provided a catalyst for something that seriously needed to be brought out into the open. I knew (she) had gotten through to people when they started sharing their personal experiences, and experiences of people they know. And the activities forced us all to interact one on one, and really hear one another’s stories and perspectives.I learned SO much, and empathized with many on a whole new level.
- Sameerah El-Siraaj, workshop attendee from Nashville, TN
Namira Islam is a Bangladeshi-American lawyer and graphic designer. Based in Michigan, she is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative (MuslimARC), an organization that provides racial justice education and training. Her legal background includes work in prisoners’ rights litigation, international human rights law, and poverty law. She has written for multiple publications, delivered lectures and trainings throughout the United States, and provided commentary and analysis on identity, current events, and social justice narratives for radio shows, documentary films, and other media worldwide. You can follow her on Twitter @namirari.
Access to the webinar is free for MuslimARC members and $20 for non-members. MuslimARC Members can register for free at this link. Non-members can purchase a one-time access pass below OR sign up for MuslimARC membership ($15/month) here. Passes are non-refundable but can be transferred to another user.
After purchasing a pass, participants will receive access details for the webinar via email.
September 05, 2018 at 9pm - 10:30pm