Being Muslim: A Community Conversation Series
Centre for Comparative Muslim Studies is hosting a series of community conversations on what it is to be Muslim in the Lower Mainland. The events will be small gatherings of individuals in order to build relationships and unpack the experience of having complex Muslim identities in our current context. This is not intended to be conversations centred on Islam, theoretical or religious perspectives but rather a dialogue centred around people's lived experience. We will have a graphic artist present at each dialogue who will generate a graphic recording of the conversation (while maintaining participants' anonymity) that will be shared with the wider community afterwards.
Our community conversations are free and open to the public. Click the links below for recaps of past conversations, and be sure to check back and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for when we have future events.