Part of the Problem: Rationalizing Aversion to Black Muslims

Native-born American Muslims

By Layla Abdullah-Poulos

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In the articleLet’s Talk About Colorblindness and Racism in The Mosque, Nzinga Muhammad outlines the dual forms of societal and intra-Muslim racism to which Black Muslims are subject and with which they must struggle in their daily lives. Muhammad describes common racist methods imposed upon Black Muslim bodies by their coreligionists in shared spaces:

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MSiA-LI: Midterm Mocktail Mixer

The Fall Semester midterm period can be a stressful time for the adult learner. It marks a point during the term where students must take time to assess where they are in their studies and how to make sure they don’t fall behind.  In addition to all the academic demands, students must find ways to fit studies into the numerous familial, communal, and professional celebrations marking the holiday season.

The MSiA Midterm Mocktail Mixer is an opportunity to join fellow ESC students, enjoy refreshments, and engage in discussions that will help you organize and better manage your time when there seems to be so little of it available.

 

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Information

Saturday 11/12/16 * 12 pm

SUNY Empire State College, Long Island

223 Store Hill Rd., Old Westbury, NY 11568

Email msia4students@gmail.com   for information

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