Challenging racism and Islamophobia with the arts



We use the arts to unpack racism and Islamophobia.

Our workshops feature the work of Muslim and racialized artists who use the arts to challenge racism and Islamophobia.

We share their Tik Tok videos, visual art, spoken word, photography and theatre with workshop participants.

Art is a powerful tool for healing.

Our workshops invite participants to use the arts to support themselves and their communities in healing from the effects of racism and Islamophobia. 

We also encourage workshop participants to download the Rivers of Hope Toolkit, which includes poetry, resources, and information for survivors of Islamophobic violence. 

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