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Being queer and Muslim: rejecting Islamophobia and homonationalism
February 17 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Encompass Network and QTI Coalition of Colour host a conversation between Zainabb Hull and Morwan Osman on being queer and Muslim. Register for this Zoom webinar here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/being-queer-and-muslim-rejecting-islamophobia-and-homonationalism-tickets-139418876613
Zainabb and Morwan will be discussing their personal experiences of navigating queer identities in Islam and religious spaces, as well as navigating being Muslim and facing Islamophobia in queer spaces.
Zainabb Hull (They/Them) is a queer trans disabled femme of colour from London. They work with the Inclusive Mosque Initiative and are currently finishing their Master’s in Postcolonial Studies. They are also an activist and writer.
Morwan (He/They) is a Queer Sudanese-American and member of QTI Coalition of Colour. In their spare time, they work as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Cambridge’s Department of Medicine.
Accessibility: This is an online talk via zoom which will feature audio and video. The talk will unfortunately not have subtitles, audio description or a BSL interpreter and will not be suitable for use with screen readers. If you have any other questions regarding accessibility please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
Everyone is welcome! However, racism, sexism, classism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, ableism, fatphobia, ageism or discrimination on basis of ethnicity, immigration status, or religious, cultural, and/or spiritual beliefs, or any other kind of oppressive behaviour is unacceptable and if used, the participant will be excluded.
When you register for this event, you will receive the invitation to the Zoom webinar and instructions for how to use it. As an attendee, you will not use your camera or microphone, but you can ask questions in the chat or the Q&A function. All the details will be on the email from Eventbrite. To book your place, register to attend (it’s free!) You do not have to have an Eventbrite account to attend the event, but in case you lose the confirmation email it is easier to set up one in advance.