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Tue, October 05, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM CT

Come join our (virtual) BRAVE Communities Conversation with community champions that will share their expert knowledge and lived experiences. In the past twenty years, the United States has witnessed an increase in xenophobic and Islamaphobic rhetoric due to the 9/11/01 attacks. The prevalence of misrepresentation and inaccurate narratives about immigrants, Muslims, and Brown people have resulted in increased biases and bigotry. significant fear, and mistrust.

Listen and learn from our panelists as they share their stories of the challenges they continually face and what we can do as a community to stand up in solidarity and be BRAVE.

Community panelists are:
Saatvik Ahluwalia, Digital Strategist at Progress Texas
Saba, Yemeni student in Canada via USA
Dr. Roy Casagranda, Author and Political Philosopher
Dr. Banafsheh Madaninejad, Founder/Executive Director at I-AMM (Interconnecting Arabs, Muslim, and Middle Easterners)
Lu Zeidan, Program Director at Interfaith Action of Central Texas (IACT)
Moderated by Emlyn Lee, Founder and Community Collaborator of BRAVE Communities

Please invite a friend, neighbor, and colleague to join us for this free virtual event. Audience Q&A available during the discussion and any pre-event questions may be sent to services@bravecommunities.org.


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