D.A.R.E. Virtual Workshop Series with United Way Niagara: Workshop 1

D.A.R.E. Virtual Workshop Series with United Way Niagara: Workshop 1
Contributed By: events coordinator
Organizing Institution: Canadian Council of Muslim Women CCMW
Contact Name: Tamara
Contact email: [email protected]
Start Date: June 1, 2022 (9:30am)
End Date: June 22, 2022 (11:00am EDT)
Cost: Free
Website: https://www.ccmw.com/calendar/2022/6/1/dare-two-part-virtual-workshop-series-with-united-way-niagara
– California – United States

Digital Anti-Racism Education (D.A.R.E.) Two- Part Virtual Workshop Series

Wednesdays – June 1st and June 22nd, 2022

9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Participants attending both workshops will receive a Digital Anti-Racism Education Certificate.

Registration is required to attend.


Workshop One: Wednesday June 1, 2022

Anti-Islamophobia 101: Unpacking Islamophobia and how Islamophobia further marginalizes Black and Indigenous Muslims, queer Muslims, and Muslims with disabilities.

The Anti-Islamophobia 101 Virtual Workshop seeks to address the realities of Islamophobia and the way in which it operates within Canadian society. Learners will have an opportunity to challenge their own thoughts and think outside of their perceptions. Through critically examining the impacts that this system of oppression has on the lives of Muslims living in Canada, learners will be equipped with the required tools to be an active ally to counter Islamophobia.

Learning outcomes include an increased understanding of: what Islamophobia is and how it works within our society; gendered Islamophobia; intersectional identities; and how to collectively take action against racism and Islamophobia.


Workshop Two: Wednesday June 22, 2022

Countering Cyberhate 1O1: Understanding cyberhate and online extremism to effectively counter online hate speech and narratives effectively.

The Countering Cyberhate 1O1 Virtual Workshop aims to empower racialized women and girls, and those working to serve racialized women and girls, to better understand online hate speech and extremism, including counterspeech and counter-narrative. With the incorporation of real-life examples, alongside live discussions on effective strategies to counter online hate, participants will have an increased capacity to recognize online hate and build the required skills and resources to counter it.

Learning outcomes include an increased understanding of: online hate; counterspeech; how to individually engage in counterspeech online; and how to collectively and appropriately engage in counterspeech online.

For further information on the D.A.R.E. Trainings, visit: www.daretobeaware.ca/virtual-trainings

The Canadian Council of Muslim Women is proud to present this Workshop Series in partnership with United Way Niagara.

If you require assistance with registering for the workshops, please contact Tamara at [email protected] or at 905-688-5050.

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED: https://dare-anti-racism-workshopseries.eventbrite.ca

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