the Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative: Education for Liberation
We hosted GetSMART (SoCal Muslim Anti-Racism Training) in Los Angeles twice--
MuslimARC's ART is now coming to Detroit for the first time!
Share the flier below and RSVP to the event on Facebook [here]:
Online registration ends on 9/15.
The Detroit Anti-Racism Training (DART) conference aims to bring together organizers and community leaders to build collaborations through critical consciousness raising on racial justice and critical anti-Islamophobia activism to address issues of water, community power, and sanctuary.
This is an important moment to mobilize Muslims and allied communities to develop a proactive agenda to build power and counter harmful policies on a local, state, and national level by developing a shared vision for Metro Detroit.
DART 2017 will be held at the Wayne State University Law School (the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights) located in Detroit, Michigan on Saturday, September 16 from 9 am to 7 pm.
DART 2017 is hosted by the Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative and co-sponsored by Blac Pearl Media, CAIR Michigan, ACCESS, Center for New Community, Safety Pin Box, the Detroit Equity Action Lab, and The Family & Youth Institute.
Pairing with DART 2017, MuslimARC is also hosting 30 Black Muslim leaders for the Rights at Risk convening.
Help us welcome these leaders to Detroit by donating $25 or more to support our work.
The Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative (MuslimARC) is a faith-based human rights education organization. We educate and train on racial justice. MuslimARC has reached nearly 10,000 people on the ground and hundreds of thousands online since launching in 2014. Visit our main website at www.muslimarc.org for resources, membership, and more.