Black Muslims in the Ummah.
The Dakar Translation Symposium:
Africa and Her Diasporas 2022.
Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar in Senegal (UCAD)
Spotlight on Black Muslimness
Muslim Educators Network of Ontario
Islamic Heritage Month Launch 2022
Culturally Responsive Early Years Literacy
African Heritage Educators’ Network – Toronto Black Educators’ Network
Workshop Description: Explore ways to activate young children’s agency by supporting the cultivation of positive racial identities and Black joy.
Topics: Understanding and Addressing Anti-Black Racism; Rehumanizing Mathematics Pedagogy; Understanding and Addressing Anti-Muslim Racism
Anti-Muslim Racism Beyond Islamophobia: The Intersections of Anti-Blackness and Anti-Muslim Racism
Centre for Integrative Anti-Racism Studies (CIARS) - University of Toronto
Description: This panel conversation sought to: a) address historical and present-day manifestations of anti-Muslim racism; b) unpack the compounding experiences of being Muslim and Black and the intersections of anti-Muslim racism and anti-Blackness; and c) examine the role of Islam in shaping social change.
The Spatiality of Blacknesses in Academia
Description: This webinar highlights what it means to talk about Blacknesses, and its implications for the Black scholar and Black scholarship within the current global context of anti-Blackness and anti-Black racism.
Mathematics for Social Justice
OISE/University of Toronto
Workshop Description: Exploring practices using mathematics as an analytical tool for examining and challenging social injustices, while developing positive cultural and social identities.
Culturally Responsive Teaching in Literacy: Affirmations & Agency
The Ontario National Alliance of Black School Educators
Workshop Description: Examining instructional strategies using picture books and novels to empower and affirm students' lived experiences, while challenging systems of oppression and structural inequities in education.
SANKOFA Black Heritage Collection
Rubicon Publishers (2021)
Resource Description: This is a Teacher's Guide for a collection of Black-focused texts. Literacy learning experiences were developed to support critical engagement with this collection of resources.
Introduction to Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
Toronto District School Board (2019)
Course Description: This introductory course is designed to support educators as they familiarize themselves with the theoretical foundations associated with centring the cultural knowledge, frames of references and performance styles of diverse students within their pedagogy .
Understanding Islam and Muslim Cultures
Course Description: This Equity course provides educators with the knowledge and critical thinking skills necessary as we explore the multiple and intersectional nature of Muslim identities.
Ecology Inquiry (in French)
Science Teachers Association of Ontario (2017)
Program Description: Designed for Science educators teaching in French, this program enables students to critically examine environmental stewardship and sustainability.
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