Confronting Islamophobia: Examining the past, Acknowledging the present, and Transforming the future
Date: 7:30pm PDT November 2, 2016 Location: Gregg Pavilion
Confronting Islamophobia: Examining the past, Acknowledging the present, and Transforming the future is a Chamberlin Social Justice panel discussion. This discussion of Islamophobia features faculty and students panelists along with a member of the wider Muslim community. Please come to this important opportunity to discuss the ways we can confront the problem of Islamophobia in our country.
Panelists scheduled to speak are: Professor Paul Powers (Lewis & Clark College); Professor Kambiz Ghaneabassiri (Reed College); Nura Elmagbari, (Daughters of Eve); four Lewis & Clark students and a PSU graduate school student. The panel will be moderated by Hilary Martin Himan, Chamberlin Social Justice and Faith in Action Coordinator for the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life. For more information contact Hilary Martin Himan (firstname.lastname@example.org).