Lebanese Canadian writer, visual artist, and arts educator Hanan Hazime has been using visual art to challenge the stigma associated with being someone who lives with a mental illness.
In 2018, Masuma Khan was a speaker at TEDxDalhousieU in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
On January 29th, 2017, six Muslims were murdered at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec City, a mosque in the Sainte-Foy neighbourhood of Quebec City, Canada.
In honour of Black History Month, Muslim Link has invited Tunisian journalist Huda Mzioudet, the co-founder of the Black Tunisian women's organization "Anbar", to discuss her experiences as a Black Tunisian growing up in Tunisia, doing investigative journalism in Libya, and now conducting academic research in Quebec.
In 2015, Kiran Malik-Khan was a speaker at TEDxFortMcMurray in Fort McMurray, Alberta.
The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) is deeply disappointed with the results of the Senate Ethics Officer Pierre Legault’s examination of Senator Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu’s ties to far-right Facebook groups.
In 2016, Dr. Maria Assif was a speaker at TEDxUTSC (University of Toronto Scarborough Campus) in Toronto, Ontario.
In 2016, Dr. Shafique Virani was a speaker at TEDxUTSC (University of Toronto Scarborough Campus) in Toronto, Ontario.
This December, Dawanet wants to provide you the inspiration you need to counter Islamophobia, using your creativity, resources & skills.
Author Graeme Truelove will be speaking in Ottawa (November 2, click here for details) and Toronto (November 16, click here for details) at book launches for his new work "Un-Canadian: Islamophobia in the True North", published by Nightwood Editions.