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Publishing Organization
[vc_column_text]This syllabus was built by Su’ad Abdul Khabeer, Arshad Ali, Evelyn Alsultany, Sohail Daulatzai, Lara Deeb, Carol Fadda, Zareena Grewal, Juliane Hammer, Nadine Naber, and Junaid Rana.[/vc_column_text]
Description/Annotation
[vc_column_text]By focusing on understanding Islamophobia as anti-Muslim racism, this syllabus challenges the idea that the problem is one of individual bias and that simply knowing more about Islam will necessarily lead to a decrease in anti-Muslim racism. Instead, it suggests that learning more about how structures of violence, inequality, and war have produced anti-Muslim racism and discrimination and its wide-ranging impact on everyday life is essential in order to challenge its assumptions, logics, and practices. While the readings include pieces that address recent events like the 2017 “Muslim ban” executive order, they also show that similar policies extend to both earlier moments and other communities.[/vc_column_text]
Type of Resource
[vc_column_text]Teachers guide, lesson plan, discussion guide, syllabus[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″]
Topic Category
  • People Making Difference
  • Social justice
  • Teaching about religions
  • Contemporary Muslim regions
  • American Muslims
  • Current events
  • Lesson plan
  • Discussion guide
Grade Level
  • High School
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