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Islamophobia Workshop: Strategies for Survival

  • Bilal Masjid (Beaverton, Oregon) 4115 SW 160th Ave Beaverton, Oregon 97078 (map)

Join us for an event to learn about the impact that hate is having upon marginalized communities, and how those communities are responding.

About the Book:
In American Hate: Survivors Speak Out, survivors tell their stories in their own words and describe how the bigoted rhetoric and policies of the Trump administration have intensified bullying, discrimination, and even violence toward them and their communities. You will hear from immigrants and refugees weighing whether to stay in this country, from parents grappling with how to explain the surge in hostility to their children, and from families mourning the loss of a loved one. While these accounts are troubling, the survivors themselves are often hopeful. These are stories of communities coming together to support those who have lost so much, of activists reaching across divides to help one another, and of young people rallying to fight bigotry and hate.

Earlier Event: September 27
Affordable Housing in the SW Corridor
Later Event: September 30
PRSG RIHO Middle Eastern Bake Sale