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NCCM 4: “Islamophobia: A Teachable Moment”

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Jarvis Collegiate Institute

495 Jarvis Street

Toronto, ON M4Y 2G8

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“A Teachable Moment on Islamophobia” workshop will enable parents to explore how Islamophobia may be impacting all students in our classrooms. Beginning with an overview of the term Islamophobia and an exploration of some common myths about Islam and Muslims, the National Council of Canadian Muslims will help parents examine how children - in particular Muslim children - are impacted by the negative public discourses about their faith and provide opportunities for dialogue. NCCM is an independent, non-partisan and non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the human rights & civil liberties of Canadian Muslims (and by extension, of all Canadians), promoting their public interests and challenging Islamophobia and other forms of xenophobia.

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Childcare spaces are limited. You may register up to four children per parent.

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Since this is a free event organized by the TDSB, the aim is to allow access to as many families as possible. We ask that you be respectful of this goal and if you are unable to attend, we kindly request that you cancel your registration from your Eventbrite account. Simply, log in to Eventbrite, Go to the Tickets page, and locate your order. Click your order to view order details, and then select "Cancel Order" to cancel your registration. We'll send you an email confirming the cancellation. The option to cancel will only appear on a desktop computer—not on a mobile device.

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Please email ihm@tdsb.on.ca for any questions or for further information.

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