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Join Independent Jewish Voices Canada for a webinar marking three years since the launch of our NoIHRA campaign.This webinar will place anti-racist scholars and activists in conversation on how the struggles against Islamophobia, anti-Palestinian racism and antisemitism are intertwined with the fight to resist the IHRA definition of antisemitism. It will discuss how the IHRA definition continues to harm anti-racist movements in Canada, and what we can do instead to combat these forms of racism.* Closed captioning will be available for this event** Speaker Info **Jasmin Zine is a Professor of Sociology and Religion & Culture at Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada. Her new book, Under Siege: Islamophobia and the 9/11 Generation explores the impact of 9/11, the “war on terror,” and domestic security discourses and policies on Canadian Muslim youth. She will also be releasing a study mapping the Canadian Islamophobia Industry that documents the networks which comprise Canada’s Islamophobia ecosystem.Dania Majid is the co-founder and president of the Arab Canadian Lawyers Association. She is also the co-founder and artistic director of the Toronto Palestine Film Festival. She was the lead author of the ACLA’s recent report on anti-Palestinian racism, and sits on the steering committee for the Hearing Palestine program at the University of Toronto.Rowan Gaudet is the co-author of a forthcoming IJV report documenting the repression of Palestine-solidarity activism in Canada. He is a member of IJV’s NoIHRA campaign and has researched the use of the IHRA definition in Canada and around the world.Rima is the recovering former NDP MPP for Beaches-East York. Before she was asked to run for the seat, she taught Diaspora Studies at the University of Toronto at Mississauga. Rima was born in South Africa of a mixed Jewish-Cape Coloured background and is a lifelong social justice advocate.
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