Recommendations, Resources

Counter Islamophobia Through Stories: Resources

Articles, Reports and other Resources

On the meaning of Islamophobia:

CAIR: Islamophobia is closed-minded prejudice against or hatred of Islam and Muslims. An Islamophobe is an individual who holds a closed-minded view of Islam and promotes prejudice against or hatred of Muslims.

On Impact of Islamophobia:

SAALT 2017 Report: Power, Pain and Potential: South Asian Americans at the Forefront of Growth and Hate in the 2016 Election Cycle.

2016 Noor Kid’s Muslim Children’s Identity Study

On Countering Islamophobia:

UNESCO Guide for Educators on Countering Islamophobia

How to Support Muslims in Trump’s America

How Should We Combat Islamophobia?

For Teachers:

In the Face of Xenophobia: Lessons to Address Bullying of South Asian American Youth 

In a Time of Islamophobia, Teach with Complexity

On Contributions of Islam:

What’s Missing in the Teaching of Islam in the US

On the Importance of Teaching Islamic Art – “The history of Islam, like that of any religion, has never been an easy one. Yet its cultural legacy describes a faith that spans at least three continents and almost two millennia. I speak about the great automatons designed by medieval mathematicians and engineers; of the vibrant literary and artistic culture of Mosul, where Christian and Muslim artists created beautiful works of calligraphy and painting; of the fine-arts academies in Damascus; and of the architectural commissions that lured Frank Lloyd Wright to Baghdad. For the 50 minutes we spend together, my students and I are transported to a world of possibilities. It is an important lesson, of what one day these students will have to rebuild.”

See also our Lesson Plans page.

For Parents:

A Muslim Parent’s Guide to talking to Muslim Children After An Act of Violent Extremism.

How to Talk to Muslim Kids About Trump

Using Reading Circles to Inspire Change

On Islam:

Idiot’s Guide to Islam

Top 10 Books About Muslims and Islam

See the entire Counter Islamophobia Through Stories campaign here

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