We educate the larger community on issues related to American-Muslims and other targeted groups in the U.S.
UNDERSTANDING THE MANY DIMENSIONS OF WHITE IDENTITY:
POLITICS, POWER, AND PREJUDICE
This year Critical Connections and Karuna Center for Peacebuilding will organize ‘Understanding the Many Dimensions of White Identity: Politics, Power, and Prejudice’, a series that will explore the history, prevalence, and resurgence of white identity. The series will examine how this ideology has the power to shape violent movements, as well as the root causes, fears, and prejudices that allow it to exist in its less visible dimensions. Speakers will analyze the manifestation of white supremacy in recent elections and voting patterns, the pervasiveness of hate speech in social media, as well as making room to understand our own complicity in harmful systems and ideologies. Speakers will both discuss these trends and identify ways to address them.
Our series is made possible through the generous support of the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts.
dialogues across the divides series
For our ‘Dialogues Across the Divides’ series, we will focus on topics such as national security, U.S. foreign policy, civil rights and liberties, as well as social issues that affect inter-communal relations between American-Muslims and the larger community. Our series is made possible through the generous support of the Community Foundation of Western MA.
U.S. Foreign Policy and the Muslim World
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 7-9PM
NEW YORK ROOM, MARY WOOLLEY HALL MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE
WITH PROFESSORS STEPHEN WALT AND TRITA PARSI
MUSLIM COMMUNITY/YOUTH PROGRAMS
SPRING EVENT VIDEOS
CRITICAL CONVERSATIONS-RECENT EPISODES
Panel discussions and dialogues on issues related to Muslim communities and other targeted groups.
Programs that empower Muslim students and community members to combat Islamophobia, increase religious literacy, and encourage civic engagement