Muslims in the United States, and around the world, are subjected to negative stereotyping. Often presented as terrorists, barbaric, uncivilized, promoters of violence and oppressors women, Muslims have become targets by those who misunderstand their faith and culture. This portrayal perpetuated by mainstream media and supported by structural racism, has led to pervasive myths that continue to hurt all communities.
Join the Healing Racism Committee and engage with experts, students, members of the Muslim community, and peers as weexamine common myths and explore truths through dialogue and interactive discussions.
This is the fourth forum in a series addressing the theme of "Difficult Dialogues."