TEA Talks: Standing in Solidarity with our Muslim American Community

  • Wed, May 17, 2017
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • American Red Cross, 2700 Southwest Fwy, Houston, Texas 77098

Please join OCA Greater Houston, friends, family, and community partners on May 17th from 6:15-8:30pm at the American Red Cross for Part II of our "Bridge" series, as we discuss the rise of Islamophobia in the US and how we can combat discrimination against our Muslim American friends and neighbors.

We will listen to a panel discussion on Islamophobia and ways to promote the counter-narrative by Nabila Mansoor (EmergeUSA), Mustafa Tameez (Fox 26, Founder & Managing Director at Outreach Strategists), Faisal Charania (South Asian Bar Association), and Sabina Mohammed, share our individual experiences on the topic, and discuss immediate actions to take to support and stand in solidarity with our Muslim American community.

This TEA Talk will be co-facilitated by Maleeha Ali and Jason Guo.

The intent of TEA Talks is to discuss current and ongoing issues/topics that the AAPI community face and promote discussion that drive towards possible solutions to those issues. We want to make this as engaging as possible so we plan to format these Talks with interactive activities such as ice breakers, small group discussions, and socials! 

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Hope to see you there!

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