A Public Syllabus in Response to The Christchurch Mosque Attacks

Curated by students in Anthropology courses at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, “Christchurch Mosque Attacks: A Public Syllabus” was created for learning that will “help challenge Islamophobia, racism and white supremacy in Aotearoa New Zealand and beyond.

Although the project is ongoing, currently resources in this syllabus can be found in the following categories:

“Centring Muslim Voices”

“Reflections on rising racism, white supremacy, and being complicit with racism.”

“Practical Action”

Visit the syllabus for more information and resources.


From Aspiring Humanitarian, Relando Thompkins-Jones

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