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(De)Institutionalizing Islamophobia on Campuses

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Event Information
The Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice at the USC Rossier School of Education is pleased to announce the Summit on (De)Institutionalizing Islamophobia on College Campuses. The Summit will feature:

-Parwana Anwar, JD: Trial and Criminal Defense Attorney
-Zulaikha Aziz, JD: Human Rights Attorney
-Shabana Mir, PhD: Assistant Professor and Coordinator, General Education at American Islamic College
-Marwa Rifahie, JD: Civil Rights Attorney at CAIR-LA
-Najeeba Syeed, JD: Associate Professor of Interreligious Education at Claremont School of Theology

The Summit will address the legal issues and policies affecting today's Muslim college students. It will explore thoughtful and empirically based understanding of the diversity and intersectionality within the Muslim community. Topics will include how the institutionalization of Islamophobia under the guise of national security is negatively impacting today's Muslim college students, as well as discuss:

-Muslim ban
-Monolithic portrayals of Muslims
-Racialization of Muslims
-Violence directed towards the Muslim community

This event is open to higher education and student affairs professionals and scholars as well as student leaders. Join us for this one day event at USC on Friday, September 8th.
Friday, September 8, 2017 8:30 AM PT
University of Southern California
Contact Information
socialjustice@usc.edu, socialjustice.usc.edu
Other Information
Early bid rates are available until August 18th: $50 for students and $150 for general admission. After August 18th, regular rates will be $60 for students and $175 for general admission. Capacity is limited. Ticket prices include continental breakfast and lunch.
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