Workshop: Teaching About Islam in the Classroom - Resources, Storytelling and Strategies
The Center for Beloved Community at CIIS is partnering with leading Muslim scholars, activists, writers, and performers to offer a complimentary all-day teacher training on Islam and Muslims in the U.S.
Local middle and high school teachers will be provided with practical tools and resources to enhance curricula on Islam and understanding of contemporary issues, counter Islamophobia; address anti-Muslim stereotyping and bullying in schools.
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Please register early. Lunch will be included, and free parking is available. .
Muslims in the Bay Area and US Context
Farid Senzai, PhD, Professor at Santa Clara University and Research Director at Institute for Social Policy and Understanding.
Fostering an Inclusive Environment: Curriculum and Resources for Teaching about Muslims and Their Faith
Ameena Jandali, Cultural Competency Trainer and Content Director at Islamic Networks Group.
Strategies to Counter Islamophobia
Rachel Roberts, Civil Rights Lawyer at Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR).
Addressing Anti-Muslim Bullying in Schools and Building Allyships
Dr. Monique LeSarre, Psychologist, Professor, and Diversity Trainer at CIIS.
Bringing Young Adult Fiction, Spoken Word, International Art, and Storytelling into the Classroom
Award-winning author of Shooting Kabul and other forthcoming books.
Writer, performer, comedian, and playwright. Most recently wrote and performed her one-woman show, All Atheists are Muslim.
Curator of Muslima: Muslim Women's Art & Voices, a groundbreaking online exhibition from the International Museum of Women, and award-winning novelist of Madras on Rainy Days.
David Chiu President of the SF Board of Supervisors. He will address the Board of Supervisors’s resolution denouncing anti-Islam ads on San Francisco Muni buses.