Deconstructing Islamophobia: Voices Unheard & Ignored a live panel discussion with critical analysis aired on January 29, 2018 on Vancouver CoopRadio and is archived here: https://antiterror.ca/deconstructing-islamophobia-voices-heard-unheard-ignored/
This series extends the discussions titled “Unpacking Antiterrorism” held from 2014-2017 on the various iterations of Canada’s Anti-terror legislation and its a/effect on Muslim communities.
Muslim communities across the country, already suffering post-traumatic stress from the cognitive dissonance of doublespeak, are now left to negotiate an evermore emboldened environment of hate. Constantly profiled as terrorist threats to public security, and cultural threats to an ever Whitening sense of Canadiana increasing agitating for their exclusion – despite a state rhetoric of multiculturalism and pluralism, of diversity and inclusion – Muslims are increasingly targeted by the national security apparatus and daily through macro and microaggressions in the course of living their lives by some “Arian specimens” who claim a greater legitimacy of existence.
Read more at the source: https://antiterror.ca/deconstructing-islamophobia-voices-heard-unheard-ignored/
Earlier: Alnoor Gova, Anushka Nagji: Last Call for Radical Public Participation in National Security Consultation on Bill C-51