Hodan Ahmed Mohamed is a diasporic Somali Canadian with a focus on community action research, public policy, criminalization, incarceration, anti-Black racism, and Islamophobia. She is a co-founder of the Canadian Association of Muslim Women in Law (CAMWL). Her research on the intersection of anti-Black racism and Islamophobia has been published by the Somali Studies Journal and the Ontario Human Rights Commission. She has a Master’s degree in Leadership, Higher Learning and Community Development from the University of Toronto. Follow Hodan on Twitter here
I am a diaspora Somali Canadian based in Toronto, Ontario. I am an educator, researcher with a focus on diversity and inclusion, curriculum development, public engagement, immigration, and Criminal Justice System working with underserved and underemployed Black youth in Toronto. As a co-founder of the Canadian Association of Muslim Women in Law (CAMWL) I have organized public education forums and co-authored a paper exploring issues of Islamophobia and anti-Black racism and how they intersect in the lives of Black Muslim Canadians.