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Maricopa Increasing Global Awareness Series: There are numerous ways to be a Muslim: Oral Histories

Date: 

Fri, 09/25/2020 - 3:30pm to 4:30pm

 

Maricopa Community College and the University of Arizona Center for Middle Eastern Studies Present:

Increasing Global Awareness Series: Islam and Muslims

 

What: There are Numerous Ways to be a Muslim: Oral Histories

Presenters will share their experiences of being Muslim and America

Where: Live-online events, will be conducted via Webex

How to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/maricopa-increasing-global-awareness-series-islam-and-muslims-tickets-116751812815

FPG: 1 hour of Faculty Professional Growth credit per session – pending approval. Non-Maricopa participants, staff, and community members will receive a certificate of participation upon completion.

Arizona faculty, staff, students, and community members engage with global human rights, national civic rights, and local community issues everyday as they sit on the frontlines of political hyperbole surrounding controversial issues.  This Maricopa Increasing Global Awareness (MIGA) Series is intended to provide MCCCD faculty, staff, students and community members with up-to-the minute and fact-based information about the on-going situation with Islam and Muslims in the US, so they may engage students, peers, co-workers, and family members factually and objectively in the classroom, workspace, and community.  The MIGA Series brings together scholarship, pedagogy, oral history, and myth-busting to form the fact-based content that is necessary for faculty, staff, students, and community members to have when infusing current issues into their respective classrooms, workspaces, and neighborhoods. The Series and this theme serves as a means for participants to consider multiple and often opposing viewpoints, so all of members of our Maricopa community are able to make informed decisions about their status and role as a global citizen.

These events support the Global Engagement Mission of the Maricopa Community Colleges Governing Board related to providing student global learning opportunities that stem from courses infused with global perspectives.

For more information contact:

Nellie Torres, Program Analyst Sr.

Department of International and Intercultural Education, MCCCD

nellie.torres@domail.maricopa.edu

To request disability-related accommodations that would ensure your full participation in this event, please contact: adeli@email.arizona.edu