Critical Conversations: The Role of the American-Muslim Community in Confronting Anti-Black Racism

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Critical Conversations: The Role of the American-Muslim Community in Confronting Anti-Black Racism

Description: 

In the wake of George Floyd's murder, many religious and ethnic groups are grappling with racism within their communities. The American-Muslim community is no exception. In this episode we will discuss how anti-Black racism manifests in Muslim spaces and how it can be addressed. Featuring guests Tahirah Amatul Wadud, attorney and interfaith activist, Kenyatta Bakeer, Research Fellow and Senior Trainer from the Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative and Nihal Khan, Director of Religious Affairs at the Islamic Center of Connecticut.

Production Date: 
Monday, June 22, 2020

Critical Conversations

Critical Conversations is a look at current topics and trends on both the local and national levels in an effort to begin a dialogue and consciousness for change