Prof. Khaled Beydoun will discuss the Muslim Ban and the emergence of Legal Islamophobia. Prof. Beydoun argues that Legal Islamophobia is facilitated by legal and political baselines – deeply embedded in legal, media, and political institutions – that frame Islam as un-American, and Muslims as presumptive national security threats. Its spread is further facilitated by modern law and policy that marks Islam as an extremist ideology that spawns “radicalization”.
Professor Khaled Beydoun is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, and affiliated faculty at the UC-Berkeley Islamophobia Research and Documentation. Professor Beydoun is an active public intellectual. In addition to his regular commentary in AlJazeera English, Professor Beydoun’s insight has been featured in the Washington Post, the New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Time, Salon, and ESPN; and television and radio news programming including CNN, the BBC, Fox, NBC and ABC News.
The conversation will be moderated by Nigel Barriffe – President of Urban Alliance of Race Relations.
Friday, April 7th, 2017
Centre of Social Innovation (Annex)
720 Bathurst Street, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2R5
Whole Conversations with Professor Khaled Beydoun- April 7th
GENDER, CARDING & RACIAL PROFILING
Thursday, December 8th
from 6pm to 8pm
OISE, Room 2212 ¶ 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto
A panel of legal experts and human rights advocates will discuss the current status of carding in the city and the impact of racial profiling on racialized women and gender diverse people.
· ANDREA ANDERSON, Doctoral Candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School
· FATHIMA CADER, Public Interest Lawyer
· LAURIE HERMISTON, Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto
· KING, Coordinator of Black Queer Youth at Sherbourne Health Centre
· NANA YANFUL, Human Rights Lawyer and Racial Justice Advocate
BRITTANY ANDREW-AMOFAH, Public and Community Affairs Commentator
FREE EVENT ($5 suggested donation)
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This event is sponsored by the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at University of Toronto
Councillor Paula Fletcher, the Urban Alliance on Race Relations and other community organizations are proud to invite you to the official opening of Hubbard Park honouring William Peyton Hubbard.
In 1894 William Hubbard became Toronto’s first Black elected politician, serving first as City Alderman and then as Acting Mayor.
With Hubbard Park, Toronto will finally have a major public space that honours the important contribution of this remarkable Riverdale resident.
See you Saturday, October 22nd Starting @ 11AM
548 Gerrard St. E. (Just west of Broadview)
The Urban Alliance on Race Relations invites you to our 41th Anniversary Celebration & Awards Dinner
Celebrating Activism and Intergenerational Solidarity
Desmond Cole, Journalist
Min Sook Lee, Filmmaker
Host of Exhibitionists, CBC Television
Tickets may be purchased online at uarr41anniversary.eventbrite.com,
or by phoning or emailing Yumei Lin: firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-703-6607 ext 5.
We ask that accommodation requests, including dietary restrictions, be made via email or telephone by September 2, 2016.
Space is limited. Please register early!
This event is open to all. You are welcome to share this invitation with your networks.
Thursday, September 22, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT) – Add to Calendar
Dim Sum King – 421 Dundas Street W, Toronto, ON M5T 2W4
We hope you can make it!
Urban Alliance on Race Relations